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A parliamentary panel has said the government was “silent on any kind of formula/methodology” followed in determining the price for ensuring financial viability of new coal mining projects and
Failure of CBI to challenge quashing of a corruption case against UP engineer Arun Kumar Mishra has led to the release of one of the biggest properties ever attached by Enforcement Directorate (ED) in
China's creation of new island footholds in contested seas will hover over a Southeast Asian summit that has become an annual test of the region's nerve in standing up to its massive neighbour.
Congress leader Salman Khurshid and German ambassador to India Michael Steiner made their acting debut recently with a remake video of Shah Rukh Khan-Saif Ali Khan-starrer 2003 romantic drama 'Kal Ho
Congress leader Salman Khurshid and German ambassador to India Michael Steiner made their acting debut recently with a remake video of Shah Rukh Khan-Saif Ali Khan-starrer 2003 romantic drama 'Kal Ho
A local court on Friday sentenced four people to death a week after they were convicted of raping and murdering a 13-year-old girl at Batpora in Jammu & Kashmir’s Kupwara district in 2007.
A private push for transgender rights  (25 April 08:45 am) 
Private member's bills are a little-known feature of India's Parliament. They serve as an opportunity for members to bring up issues that they feel strongly about.
In a move to provide road connectivity to more Naxal-affected areas, the home ministry is finalizing the list of roads and bridges to be built in consultation with security forces and state
Congress is likely to call an AICC session soon to clinch the proposed changes to party constitution relating to membership issues.
In a setback for Congress's Digvijay Singh, the Madhya Pradesh high court on Friday gave the green signal to the special investigation team monitoring the MP professional examination board scam probe
Only 14 private members bill have been passed by both Houses and become law in the history of Indian Parliament.
10L acre wheat damaged in Haryana  (25 April 08:15 am) 
The rains and hailstorms in March and April left a trail of destruction across Haryana’s wheat fields and, according to a special survey conducted by the state government, crop in over 10 lakh acres
Thirty-one companies of BSF— some 2,700 personnel — were deployed on election duty on Friday, less than 24 hours before voting is to start in the municipal polls.
Thirty-one companies of BSF— some 2,700 personnel — were deployed on election duty on Friday, less than 24 hours before voting is to start in the municipal polls.
After having made repeated public announcements before the general elections last year that it will grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh, the BJPled NDA government continues to be cagey
After having made repeated public announcements before the general elections last year that it will grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh, the BJPled NDA government continues to be cagey
The government is set to prepare a list of essential medical devices, prices of which will be capped for sale in the domestic market.
The government is set to prepare a list of essential medical devices, prices of which will be capped for sale in the domestic market.
The government is set to prepare a list of essential medical devices, prices of which will be capped for sale in the domestic market.
Now MPs will be responsible for transferring accommodation between the housing pools of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
The Modi government’s 10 gw (giga watt, or 100,000 mw) solar dream received a major push on Friday with state-run generation utility NTPC stitching an agreement for selling electricity from a 250 mw
A bill to repeal 758 Appropriation Acts which are outdated and are clogging the statute books was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Friday by the government.
Among the sports personalities whose names were placed before the awards panel but did not show up in the final list put out on Republic Day-eve were snooker champion Pankaj Advani and athlete Anju
The tax department has shot off notices in 68 cases to Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) for payment of minimum alternate tax (MAT) due worth Rs 608 crore, junior finance minister Jayant Sinha
The Supreme Court on Friday said a person should not languish in jail just because he was not able to furnish bail bond.