NDA govt trying to divide country along religious lines

CPI today charged the BJP led NDA government with trying to divide the country along religious lines by "terrorising" minorities and unleashing "cultural terrorism" against artists and historians and said the party would never tolerate or accept it.

Australia moves towards joining China-led bank: government

Australia said it will sign an agreement to become a prospective founding member of a China-backed infrastructure bank, but continued to express concerns about how the institution is governed.

Ruckus in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly over power project's transfer

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Friday witnessed ruckus after the lawmakers of Congress and the National Conference protested against state government over power projects not being transferred.

CAG blames Haryana govt for showing undue favour to Vadra in land deals

The CAG has blamed Haryana's previous Congress government for showing undue favours to Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, in his multi-million rupee controversial land deal with realty giant DLF.

Delhi govt asks IT Ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps: Official
Delhi govt asks IT Ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps: Official

The Delhi government has asked union Information Technology Ministry to block mobile applications of taxi-hailing companies Uber and Ola in the capital city, a state government official told Reuters on Wednesday.

Goa mining: Ministry lifts stay on green clearances

The union ministry for environment and forests (MoEF) has formally lifted its 2012 order holding all environment clearances (EC) granted to Goa's iron ore mines in abeyance, clearing the way for resumption of mining in Goa, while also asking the state government to be vigilant against illegal mining.

Coal auction: Govt rejects bids of Jindal Steel, Balco

The Coal Ministry, had late last night, rejected the bids of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) and Balco for four blocks amid reports of speculation of cartelisation during the recent coal block auction.

Central aid for sterilisation camp victims underutilised, SC told

The government Friday told the Supreme Court that it had given money to the Chhattisgarh government to be paid to the victims of the botched-up sterilisation camp in Bilaspur last year in which 13 women lost their lives but the utilisation of this by the state was "poor".

Bangladesh to add 400,000 new Bengali words to GoogleTranslate

 Bangladesh government on Friday decided to add 400,000 new Bengali words to Google Translate on the Independence Day on March 26 in a bid to enrich the language on the internet.

Coal blocks: Govt, media accused of lobbying by big companies

Coal blocks: Govt, media accused of lobbying by big companies

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Govt, telecom, defence sectors most attacked by cybercriminals

Cybercriminals are increasingly targetting sensitive information from sectors including government, utilities and defence to access public data and other critical information, a government official on Friday said.

India working on making earthquake predictions possible

India is making efforts to monitor and study earthquake pre-cursory phenomena in critical seismotectonic regions, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

'Criminal negligence on UDF's part in setting up cancer institute'

Cancer Relief Society Cochin, founded by late Justice V R Krishna Iyer, today alleged "criminal negligence" on the part of the UDF government in Kerala in setting up a cancer institute here.

Govt tightens rules for commissioning surrogacy

Rules for foreign nationals intending to visit India for commissioning surrogacy has been tightened by the government and only those couples who have been duly married for at least two years will be allowed to visit the country for the purpose.

Comprehensive health policy on the anvil: Gogoi

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Saturday said that a comprehensive health policy is on the anvil encompassing all health related aspects and a holistic approach will be adopted for making Assam a healthy state.

Panel discussion on queries about Rahul Gandhi by Delhi Police- Part II

Miffed over the visit of a Delhi Police official to the party office seeking details of Rahul Gandhi's physical appearance, the Congress on Saturday criticised the government. Watch Taal Thok Ke!

Panel discussion on queries about Rahul Gandhi by Delhi Police

Miffed over the visit of a Delhi Police official to the party office seeking details of Rahul Gandhi's physical appearance, the Congress on Saturday criticised the government. Watch Taal Thok Ke!

No proposals to increase working days to 6 per week: Govt

The government on Friday said it has no proposals to shift to six-day week working for its offices or reduce the retirement age of employees to 58 years.

Government considering change of rules in medical services

Government is actively considering changing rules and regulations relating to medical services to improve and expand health facilities in every part of the country, Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.