Centre selectively targeting NGOs: Louise Khurshid

Louise Khurshid, wife of Congress leader Salman Khurshid, on Wednesday accused the Narendra Modi government of "political vendetta", a day after Union Social Justice Ministry referred a case against her NGO to the Law Ministry for a CBI probe.

MoUs will enrich India-China ties: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the MOUs between India and China that were signed on Wednesday would further strengthen ties between the two countries.

High visa fee, other issues raised with United States: Govt

India on Wednesday raised its concerns with the US authorities over high visa fees and discriminatory social security benefits to Indian professionals working in America.

Hope PM would convey India's concerns to Chinese President: Congress

Ahead of Sino-India talks here tomorrow, Congress on Wednesday hoped Prime Minister Narendra Modi would "discuss and register" India's concerns over Chinese "incursions" into Indian territory with visiting President President Xi Jinping.

Centre mulling branding for items made by women of India

Products created or manufactured by the women of the country could soon be identifiable by a unique brand name as the Centre is planning to introduce a distinctive 'Women of India' labelling for such items.

SC asks AG to look at Centre's appointment process on CVC, VC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi to examine the allegation that Government was going ahead with the appointment of Chief Vigilance Commissioner(CVC) and Vigilance Commissioner (VC) by giving a go bye to the apex court directions.

Frequency of communal statements on rise under BJP rule: Pawar

NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Tuesday alleged that the frequency of issuing communally-charged statements in public has gone up after BJP assumed power at Centre.

Centre's relief offer to J&K floods is more than any 'package': Jitendra Singh

After touring the flood-hit areas of Udhampur and Reasi districts in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister of State for Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said the Centre's relief offer was "much more than any package".

Be cautious in dealing with China: Gujarat Congress tells Modi govt

Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Gujarat tomorrow, Congress on Tuesday said the Narendra Modi government should be cautious in dealing with China considering the "bad experience" in the past.

BJP's strength is its organisation, workers: PM Narendra Modi
BJP's strength is its organisation, workers: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Gujarat on Tuesday, a day ahead a day ahead of the Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the state, said that the strength of the Bharatiya Janata Party were its workers and its organisation.

E-rickshaw ban: Arvind Kejriwal to meet Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal will meet Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday on the issue of the ban on e-rickshaws in the national capital.

Mizoram not dumping ground for governors: VK Singh

Former army chief and now union minister Gen VK Singh (retd) Monday said Mizoram was not a "dumping ground" for governors and those who resigned did so on their own.

Supreme Court asks Centre, J&K govt to focus on districts other than Srinagar

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir government not to restrict its focus to Srinagar in the rescue and relief operations in flood-hit areas, saying the condition in some other districts is "worse".

Salman Khan bats for PM Narendra Modi, says he deserves more time
Salman Khan bats for PM Narendra Modi, says he deserves more time

Popular Bollywood actor Salman Khan said on Monday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi deserved to be given more time and that a hundred days were too early to judge him.

Border issues will be raised with China's President Xi Jinping: India
Border issues will be raised with China's President Xi Jinping: India

Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Monday that unresolved boundary issues will be addressed will China.

Over 90 million students participated in PM's September 05 speech

Over 90 million students and 8.5 lakh schools participated in the Teachers' Day (Sep 5) programme in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed students and teachers across the nation, Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani said Thursday.

J&K floods: Congress asks Centre to increase chopper services

Congress on Thursday asked the Centre to increase the helicopter services in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and nominate a nodal officer to give out authentic information on the situation including that on rescue operations.

Construction on waterways should be banned: VK Singh

Union Minister Gen. (retd) VK Singh on Tuesday said constructions that block waterways should not be allowed and opined that there is a need to train people in disaster management to tackle calamities like the floods in Jammu and Kashmir.

No time for blame game on lack of warning on J&K floods: Govt

As the Central Water Commission faces the charge that it failed to issue any alert about the floods in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said the time now was not for engaging in a blame game but to make concerted efforts to help the people of the state.

Sexual harassment of women at work place: Govt to amend rules

Rules are being amended to widen definition of sexual harassment and to make work place more conducive for women to work, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday.