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President Pranab Mukherjee gets nostalgic in farewell speech, says 'I leave with tinge of sadness and rainbow of memories'

President Pranab Mukherjee gets nostalgic in farewell speech, says 'I leave with tinge of sadness and rainbow of memories'

Members of Parliament on Sunday bid adieu to outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee at a gala ceremony in the Central Hall of Parliament.

Delhi High Court to hear 1984 riots case on July 21

Delhi High Court to hear 1984 riots case on July 21

The court had in December 2015 directed the CBI to further investigate the matter and decided to monitor it every two months to ensure that no aspect is left uninvestigated.

Indu Sarkar - Can I have my freedom of expression: Madhur Bhandarkar to Rahul Gandhi

Indu Sarkar - Can I have my freedom of expression: Madhur Bhandarkar to Rahul Gandhi

Bhandarkar also had to cancel the promotional activity of his forthcoming film ‘Indu Sarkar’ on Saturday in Pune after receiving threats from local Congress party workers. 

'Forty Two Years Ago - The Emergency': Arun Jaitley asks detractors of Modi government to introspect

'Forty Two Years Ago - The Emergency': Arun Jaitley asks detractors of Modi government to introspect

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has hit out at detractors for casually using 'undeclared emergency' to describe the present BJP government.

BJP backs PM Modi's Emergency remark, says 'black day' must not be forgotten

BJP backs PM Modi's Emergency remark, says 'black day' must not be forgotten

The BJP on Monday backed PM Modi's remark on Emergency saying that the young generation must remember the dark chapter in India's electoral history.

Presidential candidate Meira Kumar's emotional appeal to electors: 'Vote with conscience'

Presidential candidate Meira Kumar's emotional appeal to electors: 'Vote with conscience'

"Despite the differences, I have found that when it comes to preserving the values of inclusiveness and the need for social justice, we all share the same goals," she said.
 

Mann ki Baat: Emergency was darkest time in history of India, says PM Narendra Modi

Mann ki Baat: Emergency was darkest time in history of India, says PM Narendra Modi

 PM Modi on Sunday recalled the Emergency imposed on this day in 1975.

‘Indu Sarkar’: Congress condemns 'false depictions' in Madhur Bhandarkar's film

‘Indu Sarkar’: Congress condemns 'false depictions' in Madhur Bhandarkar's film

Madhur Bhandarkar on Friday said he made ‘Indu Sarkar’ as it was important to tell about the Emergency to today's generation.

‘Indu Sarkar’: Neil Nitin Mukesh looks exactly like Sanjay Gandhi in Madhur Bhandarkar’s film

‘Indu Sarkar’: Neil Nitin Mukesh looks exactly like Sanjay Gandhi in Madhur Bhandarkar’s film

Neil Nitin Mukesh, who reportedly essays the role of Sanjay Gandhi, looks exactly like him.

Indira Gandhi had asked RAW to aid LTTE; former Tamil Nadu CM MG Ramachandran provided money to terror group: Kumaran Pathmanathan

Indira Gandhi had asked RAW to aid LTTE; former Tamil Nadu CM MG Ramachandran provided money to terror group: Kumaran Pathmanathan

Kumaran Pathmanathan alias KP has alleged that there was no link between LTTE and Maoist groups in Nepal and India.

India rejects Ontario Assembly's move to call 1984 anti-Sikh riots as 'genocide'

India rejects Ontario Assembly's move to call 1984 anti-Sikh riots as 'genocide'

The Indian government on Thursday strongly rejected the motion passed by the legislative assembly of Ontorio in connection with the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. 

Narendra Modi third most successful PM in Indian history: Ramachandra Guha

Narendra Modi third most successful PM in Indian history: Ramachandra Guha

Commenting on Indian political history, renowned historian Ramachandra Guha noted that caste system and discrimination against women were two of its "indisputable facts".

Supreme Court will hear plea in 1984 anti-Sikh riots case today

Anti-Sikh riots that broke out after the assassination of then prime minister Indira Gandhi had claimed 2,433 lives in Delhi alone.

1984 anti-Sikh riots probe: Centre files status report in SC

Anti-Sikh riots that broke out after the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had claimed 2,733 lives in Delhi alone.

Shiv Sena hails development works of Congress since Independence

The Shiv Sena today hailed the development works done by successive Congress governments at the Centre and again targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Soviets supplied money to Congress party in covert contributions, claims CIA

Soviets supplied money to Congress party in covert contributions, claims CIA

“Up to 40 percent of Indira Gandhi’s parliamentarians received political contributions from Moscow,” the Economic Times reported citing CIA reports. 

US thought India will capture PoK after Bangladesh war: CIA

US thought India will capture PoK after Bangladesh war: CIA

The US government had thought that the then Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi might order an attack on West Pakistan to capture Pakistan-Occupied- Kashmir.

Soviet Union had anticipated Rajiv would be Indira Gandhi's heir, not Sanjay: CIA papers

Soviet Union had anticipated Rajiv would be Indira Gandhi's heir, not Sanjay: CIA papers

In a report prepared a day after Indira Gandhi's assassination on October 31, 1984, the CIA assessed that Moscow will be well placed to manipulate India's heightened security concerns.

'RSS supported Indira Gandhi during Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971'

'RSS supported Indira Gandhi during Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971'

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Monday said it had extended support to the Congress during the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971.

Sikh campaigners seek release of UK files on 1984 Golden Temple assault

The Indian government has put the death toll from the action, named Operation Blue Star, at about 400 people, whereas Sikh groups say many more were killed.