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BJP calls on Centre, Bihar to join hands to resolve flood-linked crisis

Floods in Bihar have claimed 156 lives so far, and affected the lives of lakhs of people in 12 districts. Given the extent of the damage to life, livestock, crops and property, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday appealed to both the Centre and the Bihar government to join hands to provide relief and rehabilitation to the people.

Centre to replace J&K governor? Five names doing rounds as his successor

Centre to replace J&K governor? Five names doing rounds as his successor

The move is reportedly part of the Centre’s effort to jump start the governance process in the state.

Kashmir unrest: Mehbooba Mufti meets PM Modi, hits out at Pakistan for openly fuelling tension in Valley

Kashmir unrest: Mehbooba Mufti meets PM Modi, hits out at Pakistan for openly fuelling tension in Valley

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had flown to Delhi on Friday evening for talks with Prime Minister Modi. 

JD(U) backs Mamata Banerjee, says resistance against Centre is growing

Backing Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee` s assertion that alleged that the Centre is interfering in the internal affairs of West Bengal, the Janata Dal-United on Saturday said that the mantra of cooperative federalism endorsed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is nothing but a farce.

Bodoland groups to relaunch statehood agitation next week

Bodoland groups to relaunch statehood agitation next week

Bodo groups said they will block the national highways across Assam for five hours demanding solution to the problems of Bodo people.

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar clarifies on Nehru, Patel gaffe - Here's what he said

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar clarifies on Nehru, Patel gaffe - Here's what he said

Remarks by Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar about how the British dealt with icons of Indian freedom struggle on Wednesday touched off a controversy, forcing him to issue a clarification.

Assam tribal bodies against grant of ST status to 6 communities

Assam tribal bodies against grant of ST status to 6 communities

The groups resolved to take legal recourse and file writs before the Supreme Court if the Centre and State governments go ahead with granting ST status to the communities.

Adhere to rules in weapons' sale, SC tells Centre

Adhere to rules in weapons' sale, SC tells Centre

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the sale of Non-Service Pattern (NSP) weapons by the army to its officers should be done under "strict scrutiny and supervision" and in conformity with the provisions of the Arms Act and its rules.

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan warns people against fundamentalists

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday asked the people of the state to be watchful against fundamentalists and sought public support to stand against subversive thoughts and activities.

Centre must come up with political roadmap for Kashmir: NC

Warning that "patchwork or rhetoric" can make Kashmir a "military flashpoint", National Conference on Sunday said that to resolve the issue, the Centre should come up with a roadmap which is acceptable to all stakeholders.

Centre asks states, Union Territories to avoid use of National Flag made of plastic

Centre asks states, Union Territories to avoid use of National Flag made of plastic

The Centre has asked states and Union Territories to avoid use of the National Flag made of plastic.

SC imposes Rs 25K fine on Centre for not responding to PIL

SC imposes Rs 25K fine on Centre for not responding to PIL

"Innocents are dying from haphazardly parked vehicles, protruding rods from trucks and for three years you did not change law or respond,” a SC bench observed.

Delhi Vs Centre: After HC verdict, LG Jung tightens noose on AAP govt, seeks all files

Delhi Vs Centre: After HC verdict, LG Jung tightens noose on AAP govt, seeks all files

According to India Today, the governor has asked files related to all major decisions taken by the AAP government. 

Law and order situation improving in Kashmir Valley: Centre to SC

Law and order situation improving in Kashmir Valley: Centre to SC

The Centre said that in view of the improving situation, curfew had been lifted from most parts of the Valley on July 30.

NGT directs Centre, Delhi to demolish illegal religious structures near Birla temple

NGT directs Centre, Delhi to demolish illegal religious structures near Birla temple

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Centre and Delhi government to demolish illegal religious structures in the Central Ridge area near the Birla temple here within two weeks.

Ensure quota for Dalits in private sector jobs: DMK chief Karunanidhi tells Centre

Ensure quota for Dalits in private sector jobs: DMK chief Karunanidhi tells Centre

DMK chief M Karunanidhi today asked the Centre to ensure job reservation for Dalits in the private sector and said his party had adopted resolutions in this regard.

Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana: Centre to publish progress report on SAGY

Having taken cognisance of the fact that about two third members of the Modi Cabinet have not adopted any village in the second phase of the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY), the government is set to come up with a progress report on the scheme next month.

Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh requests Centre to grant 'Green Bonus'

Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh requests Centre to grant 'Green Bonus'

During the inter-state council meeting held in the national capital earlier today, Singh said it will be a big incentive to the hill states.

Nation can progress if Centre, states work shoulder to shoulder: PM  Modi

Nation can progress if Centre, states work shoulder to shoulder: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while inaugurating the Inter-State Council (ISC) meeting taking place after a hiatus of 10 years, on Saturday said the nation can only progress if the Centre and state governments work together shoulder to shoulder.

Illegal cattle transportation to Nepal: SC asks Centre to frame rules in 3 months

Illegal cattle transportation to Nepal: SC asks Centre to frame rules in 3 months

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre to frame rules to stop illegal transportation of cattle to Nepal within three months.