Rashtrapati Bhavan: Rashtrapati Bhavan denies receiving any letter written by armed forces veterans to the President which is circulating in the media
50 veterans of the Indian armed forces write a letter to the President complaining about the manner in which the ruling party has taken credit for cross-border military ops and claim that armed forces are 'Modiji ki Sena'
The Supreme Court on Friday refused any interim stay on the electoral bond scheme and directed all parties to submit details of political funding to the Election Commission in "sealed covers"
Seeking to assuage concerns over the orbital debris created by India's A-SAT test, DRDO chairman G Satheesh Reddy assured fragments will decay in a few weeks
The plea, filed by an NGO, has sought that either the issuance of electoral bonds be stayed or the names of donors be made public to ensure transparency in the poll process.
The Election Commission Thursday directed Delhi's chief electoral officer that all political publicity contents being displayed without pre-certification be removed immediately from NaMo TV.
Forty-three days after the Indian Air Force struck Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror training camps in Pakistan's Balakot, the Pakistani government took representatives of some Islamabad-based international media houses and foreign diplomats to the area but directed them not to "speak too long" to local residents.
Today was the spectacular and the biggest day for one of the biggest democracies of the world as voters turned out in large numbers and voted amid violence enthusiastically in Phase 1
Many people on Thursday during the first phase of polling claimed that the "indelible" ink applied to mark the index finger of the voter immediately after casting vote could be removed just by applying some chemical remover on it.
According to Election Commission officials, highest voting percentage was recorded in Tripura (81.8 per cent) followed by West Bengal (81 per cent). Bihar recorded lowest voting percentage with 50 per cent voters turning out followed by 56 per cent voting in Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.