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Mamata Banerjee expresses concern over crime against Dalits

 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday expressed concern regarding crime against Dalits and urged the central government to treat them with care and give full protection.

Centre deputes eye specialists for J&K

The eye specialists have been sent to assist the state government in providing medical care to the persons injured in the ongoing clashes in the state.

AAP govt releases full page ads, accuses Centre of making Delhi suffer

AAP govt releases full page ads, accuses Centre of making Delhi suffer

Seeking to escalate its ongoing row with the Centre, the Aam Aadmi Party government on Thursday released full-page advertisements in leading newspapers here and slammed the 'Government of India'.

Another judge recuses from hearing Delhi's plea against Centre

Justice L Nageshwar Rao Tuesday became the second Supreme Court judge to recuse himself from hearing a plea of Delhi government seeking a declaration of its power and to restrain the High Court from delivering the verdict on host of issues including the scope of its powers.

Congress accuses TMC government of taking soft stand on BJP

The TMC took a "soft stand" towards the BJP government at the Centre even though it failed to address the problems faced by the tea gardens.

RSS, Jamaat cadres may be allowed to join Central govt jobs

RSS, Jamaat cadres may be allowed to join Central govt jobs

The Home Ministry had first issued the order in 1966 making it mandatory for all new recruits to give a declaration that he or she does not have membership of either RSS and Jamaat-e-Islami.

Centre not trying to end NEET: J P Nadda

Centre not trying to end NEET: J P Nadda

Media reports that Centre is trying to put an end to NEET through an ordinance are baseless, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said.

Central team to inspect Lord Jagannath Temple's structural safety

Central team to inspect Lord Jagannath Temple's structural safety

The central government would send a delegation headed by culture secretary to inspect structural safety of the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri.

Central govt employees say no unilateral decision on salary hikes under 7th Pay Commission acceptable

Central govt employees say no unilateral decision on salary hikes under 7th Pay Commission acceptable

The central government employees lead by the National Council (Staff Side) Joint Consultative Machinery would like to have more say in the way their monthly salaries and allowances are shaped up by the Empowered Committee of Secretaries. 

Judiciary encroaching upon legislative and executive authority brick by brick: Arun Jaitley

Judiciary encroaching upon legislative and executive authority brick by brick: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has raised alarm with regard to the judiciary encroaching upon the authority of the legislature.

Uttarakhand Assembly floor test: SC declares Harish Rawat as winner

The Central government has told the Supreme Court that they going to remove president rule from Uttarakhand.

Uttar Pradesh, Centre spar over ''Water Express''

Uttar Pradesh, Centre spar over ''Water Express''

A railway official said that "the Water Express was stationed at Jhansi station and would be of use only when officials take it further".

 Government mulling proposal to liquidate certain loss-making PSUs, employee interest to be protected

Government mulling proposal to liquidate certain loss-making PSUs, employee interest to be protected

In a bid to limit public expenditure, the central government is mulling over a proposal to liquidate certain loss-making PSUs

Centre denies rejecting Tamil Nadu govt's proposal on freeing Rajiv Gandhi assassins

Centre denies rejecting Tamil Nadu govt's proposal on freeing Rajiv Gandhi assassins

MHA officials said that no decision has been taken yet on the proposal and consultations with the Union Law Ministry are still underway.

No freedom for Rajiv Gandhi killers as Centre rejects Tamil Nadu govt's proposal

No freedom for Rajiv Gandhi killers as Centre rejects Tamil Nadu govt's proposal

It is not the first time that the state government had approached the Centre seeking its views on its decision to remit the sentences of the convicts.

SC raps Centre, says it can't turn a blind eye towards drought-hit states

SC raps Centre, says it can't turn a blind eye towards drought-hit states

Hearing a public interest litigation, the court expressed concern over the situation in drought-hit states.

Good Samaritans will not face harassment anymore as SC approves guidelines

Good Samaritans will not face harassment anymore as SC approves guidelines

The Centre's guidelines basically deal with road safety and also extend protection for the Good Samaritans.

Supreme Court says 'people's court' should decide on euthanasia, 'Living Will'

Supreme Court says 'people's court' should decide on euthanasia, 'Living Will'

The court also left it on Parliament to take a call on the right of terminally-ill persons to execute 'Living Will'.

Arvind Kejriwal completes one year in office as Delhi CM

Arvind Kejriwal completes one year in office as Delhi CM

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi turns one on Sunday.

Examining Law Commission's report on euthanasia: Centre to SC

The Centre in its recent affidavit said it has framed a legislation on the issue but would await the apex court's verdict on it.