West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday hit out at BJP, a day after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested Trinamool Congress's Rajya Sabha member Srinjoy Bose in connection with the multi-crore rupee Saradha scam.
The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre and the states bordering Nepal to maintain tight vigil on the international border and ensure that no illegal transportation of cattle takes place for being sacrificed during the Gadhimai festival in the neighbouring country.
The Supreme Court on Friday sought response from the Centre and the states on a plea seeking framing of law to ensure social security measures, like payment of compensation in the event of death or disabilities, for advocates' clerks across the country.
Senior JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar will lead a protest on October 20 against BJP's "injustice" and "betrayal" over providing special category status to the state as promised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during Lok Sabha elections.
The Centre has been rapped for "not taking firm and resolute" action against over three crore illegal Bangladeshi migrants by a Delhi court which expressed concern over their involvement in large number of crimes like robberies, dacoities, murder and rape in the national capital.
The Centre on Monday told the Delhi High Court that if the members of a municipal council are not competent to perform or fail to deliver efficient services to the public they can dissolve and re-constitute the authority.
The Centre has agreed in-principle to provide financial package to the Goa government to compensate revenue loss caused due to closure of the mining industry, following ban by the Supreme Court in 2012, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said.
The Centre Friday pleaded before the Supreme Court to vacate its order restraining the National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) from implementing any of its decisions for allegedly altering the composition of the apex regulatory body relating to wildlife.
The Delhi High court Thursday questioned why use of private email accounts, like Yahoo and Gmail, by government officials be not stopped as it would lead to public/official records being taken outside the country which is a violation of the law.
In a significant move, the Narendra Modi government on Thursday announced compensation of Rs 5 lakh each to be given to the kin of 3325 people killed during anti-Sikh riots in the national capital in 1984.
Terming the Centre's flood relief package to Jammu and Kashmir as "insufficient", CPI(M) on Monday asked the government to declare the devastation a 'national calamity' and come out with a more comprehensive package for the people there.