Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the smooth passage of the bill which provides 10 per cent quota for the general category poor in jobs and education in the Lok Sabha is a 'strong answer' by the Parliament to those 'spreading lies
The Delhi high court said Wednesday it will hear on January 15 the appeal of Associated Journals Ltd (AJL), publisher of National Herald newspaper, challenging the single judge order asking it to vacate its premises in New Delhi, due to non-availability of advocates
As part of the ongoing efforts to rescue the trapped miners from a flooded coal mine in Ksan near Lytein River in East Jaintia Hills, Indian Navy's Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) probes, up to a distance of 100 feet, have been successfully undertaken inside the two identified rat holes which run horizontal to the vertical shaft, informed Eastern Naval Command on Tuesday
Debate on the Quota Bill is in full swing in Rajya Sabha. The Bill was passed on the floor of Lok Sabha on Tuesday and the test in the Upper House is today. While the government is confident that the Bill will be passed in Rajya Sabha as well, the mood of the Opposition is still unpredictable
The two-day nationwide strike by central trade unions to protest against alleged anti-worker policies and unilateral labour reforms entered its second day on Wednesday, impacting normal life in some parts of the country
NDA is jubilant that the General Category Quota Bill has been passed. But this celebration will be short-lived if the Bill is not passed in the Rajya Sabha.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi will on Wednesday address a farmers' rally in Jaipur and also kickstart the campaign for Lok Sabha elections 2019
Prime Minister Imran Khan has again accused New Delhi of opting out of bilateral dialogue and claimed that anti-Pakistan sentiments were being aroused in India for the sake of campaigning for the forthcoming general election
India's gross domestic product is expected to grow at 7.3 per cent in the fiscal year 2018-19, and 7.5 per cent in the following two years, the World Bank has forecast, attributing it to an upswing in consumption and investment
Speaking at a function 'Ek Shaam Babri ke Naam' on Monday, Aiyar said that question is not to whom the land where Babri Masjid once stood belongs, but whether "Indian Muslims have a right to live in India with respect".