Saturday, Oct 21, 2017 | Last Update : 11:55 AM IST
The death of 11-year-old Santoshi Kumari will forever remain a blot on India’s bureaucracy and government.
Evil elements can destroy historical monuments through their callous acts of ‘cleansing and purifying culture’.
The Parsis gathered in numbers at this well as it is regarded by some as sacred and reputed to make wishes come true.
A mystic, moralist and excellent calligrapher of the Quran, Malik bin Dinar was the earliest Sufi saint in South India.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
The high court’s verdict does not say that the Talwars didn’t do it but that there’s not enough evidence against them, says AP Singh.
Borrowing cost of the government will go up and across the board the interest rates will go up in the capital markets,
If Article 35A goes, the state-subject law which is in force since 1927 can also get diluted, says Ali Mohammad Sagar.
I have said this earlier too that we were unable to gauge the mood of the people in 2014 and even in 2012, says Milind Deora.
Modi govt is tweaking GST slabs as the BJP is getting nervous about Gujarat polls.
Swachchh Bharat Abhiyan remains limited to photo ops and rhetoric
Reducing number of GST slabs won’t benefit the poor, or those hit hardest by the tax.
As a rising power, India should not focus only on Pakistan at the UN and elsewhere.
PWD officials rush in to fill up the gaping hole but the road keeps caving in again and again.
nion tribal affairs minister Jual Oram is the man of his own, he never cares for the world when he decides to speak or do something.
A programme on the birth centenary of late Indira Gandhi in Lucknow saw Congressmen in their old avatar.
The BJP is abuzz with rumours of how a certain party leader is trying hard to accommodate his spouse at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.