Security forces face toughest test with lesser men to guard citizens

The latest riot in Saharanpur, in which three lives were lost and property worth millions gutted, has shaken the nation.

Grim prospects behind AAP decision to skip Haryana polls?

AAP will not participate in the upcoming assembly elections in Haryana, Maharashtra, J&K and Jharkhand due to limited resources.

Is your phone being tapped: Find out

In case one feels that his/her phone is being tapped, one has the right to lodge a complaint at the local police station.

Cops will now have to trace your stolen mobile phone

Have you lost your mobile phone? Don’t just block your SIM but rush to the nearest police station and lodge an FIR as it is compulsory for cops to not only lodge a complaint but also trace and recover it.

Govt websites lack means to serve physically challenged

The NDA government has made an ambitious plan by setting aside US$ 83.4 million for a national programme to improve access to digital services in the budget for FY 2014-15.

With doors open, DMRC leaves a gap in its credibility!

When a Metro train ran for a while its doors flung open, it caused shock and awe not only among passengers on board but millions others who appreciate in DMRC being a brand they not only trust but take deep pride in.

Evidence supports language bias in civil services selection?

As government appointed committee examines the vexed issue of examination format for civil services, there appears certain merit in concerns voiced against the current system.

Char Dham Yatra halted: Country’s disaster management totters on the edge!

More than 50 million people are affected by natural disasters annually, but despite this the second most populous country in the world suffers from serious lack of disaster preparedness.

Khemka’s central posting: Will he stick to his DNA?

Having finally made it to the Centre after 23 years in service, all eyes are on controversial babu Ashok Khemka.

TRAI Bill okayed: Will NDA math work for contentious Bills in RS?

With the passing of TRAI (Amendment) Bill, the Narendra Modi government has managed a coup in the Rajya Sabha where the NDA government is numerically weak.

Asset creation under MNREGA: Easier said than done!

Regarded as assistance doled by the Centre with hardly any connection with asset creation or livelihood generation, many thought that the Modi government would scrap the flagship programme.

Post-Budget day: Sensex fails to hold the uptrend this year

The stock market has closed on a positive note a day after the Budget announcement nine times in the past 13 years. However, on July 11, 2014, a day after when Arun Jaitley has presented his first budget, Sensex hasn’t responded favourably to his pragmatic budget.

Record high plan outlay estimated in Railway Budget 2014-15

Rail minister Sadananda Gowda has announced an all-time high figure of Rs 65,445 crore for 2014-15 plan outlay.

Ignoring the clamour, Gowda kept it short & simple!

If you believe the Railway budget presented by Sadanand Gowda was only a conventional exercise and had no new element, think again.

Gowda puts railways on hi-tech wagon!

An hour-long budget presented by railway minister offered a lot of hope to millions of passengers.

Railways weaves development model through corporate hands!

ZRG has listed various companies which are the beneficiaries of the budgetary announcements.

Cyber crime numbers surge along with advance in technology!

Technology may have made lives easier for people, but it has also added to their woes with criminals adopting various innovative means to defraud people.

Privileged children break the norm in juvenile delinquency

The latest report by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has shown a surprising trend differing from the widely accepted norms that children in poverty are the most vulnerable and soft targets of criminal gangs and goons.

Gaps galore in crime bureau data

Considering the ever-changing nature of crimes and the category of criminals in the country, data provided by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) still has a long way to go to provide the actual scenario prevalent in the country.

Government funding only hope for patients with rare diseases

LSDs are a group of around 45 rare genetic disorders caused by deficiency of a specific enzyme in special compartments (lysosomes) of the cells.