No clarity on Rajiv Gandhi assassination probe; CBI sends reminder

 CBI has sent another reminder to the Home Ministry seeking extension to its multi-disciplinary monitoring agency, probing the larger conspiracy in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination, as the NDA government is mum on the fate of the team whose term expired on May 31, 2015.

Sports council recommends massive hike in 'meagre' union sports budget

Sports council recommends massive hike in 'meagre' union sports budget

The revived All India Council of Sports (AICS) on Saturday recommended a massive hike in central government's sports budget stating that the current Rs 886 crore allocation is too meagre for a country as big as India.

President signs ordinance to amend Enemy Property Act

The Narendra Modi government, following the footsteps of the previous UPA government, has been keen to amend the Enemy Property Act.

NDA government has failed to contain terrorism: Raj Babbar

The NDA government at the centre has failed to contain terrorism, Raj Babbar said on Tuesday.

Government committed to ensuring security of all MPs: Rudy

The Centre on Tuesday assured the Lok Sabha it will "take all steps to ensure safety and security of all the members".

Stick to development agenda, tell people what government is doing: PM Modi to Ministers

Stick to development agenda, tell people what government is doing: PM Modi to Ministers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday told his Council of Ministers to stick to the development agenda. 

Has Modi sarkar now turned into Modi+ sarkar?

Has Modi sarkar now turned into Modi+ sarkar?

For more than one year after he became the prime minister in May 2014, Narendra Modi was accused of running a one-man show (read government). He was accused by the Opposition of interfering in every ministry's work and overshadowing his ministers. For example, in the one-and-half-years that the Modi government has been in power, it is PM Modi and not External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj who has taken most foreign tours.

Modi govt adopted zero tolerance towards terrorism: Rajnath

Paying rich tributes to those who laid down their lives in the terror attack on Parliament 14 years back, the Home Minister said the nation will never forget their supreme sacrifice.

Even British did not loot Delhi the way Centre has: Kejriwal

Even British did not loot Delhi the way Centre has: Kejriwal

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that if the Centre does not want to accord full statehood to Delhi then it should keep areas under NDMC, its land and police rights with itself.

Parliament's Winter Session: After Bihar debacle, Modi government to face assertive Opposition

Parliament's Winter Session: After Bihar debacle, Modi government to face assertive Opposition

Parliament's month-long winter session starting Thursday is likely to see a more assertive opposition taking on the government on a range of issues including “intolerance”, price rise and decision to liberalise norms for foreign investment.

Government urges Opposition to help pass GST bill

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday urged the opposition to help pass the Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill in winter session of parliament.

India's image of 'written off' economy changed in 17 months: PM Modi

India's image of 'written off' economy changed in 17 months: PM Modi

The Prime Minister said before he took office, so much was written about India being on the brink of destruction due to mis-governance and corruption in the country.

Arun Shourie no longer party member: BJP on "weak PMO" remark

Arun Shourie no longer party member: BJP on "weak PMO" remark

Arun Shourie, who had launched a stinging attack on the Modi government on Monday, is no longer a member of BJP, the party said as it sought to dismiss the criticism of its one-time influential leader who was also a minister in the previous NDA government.

Shourie in 'pain' for not being part of Modi govt: BJP

The BJP on Tuesday brushed aside former Union minister Arun Shourie's statement that PM Narendra Modi 'managed headlines instead of economy'.

Congress to unite Opposition against those spreading hatred

Congress Tuesday accused the Narendra Modi government of failing to take action against forces spreading hatred.

Judicial independence 'paramount': AAP on NJAC verdict

The Aam Aadmi Party on Friday said the Supreme Court verdict holding National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) as unconstitutional has established that judiciary is "paramount" and termed it as a "great blow" to NDA government.

Writers returning awards is 'manufactured revolt', says Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

Writers returning awards is 'manufactured revolt', says Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

Jaitley on Wednesday termed the steady stream of writers returning Sahitya Academy awards as a "manufactured paper rebellion" against the government.

e-Confused Government

A new policy is announced by the Modi government. The government claims it is ‘for’ the people. It thinks it has arrived. The people cry foul. The government hurriedly withdraws the policy.

Dadri lynching: Won't let 'agenda of destruction' succeed, says govt; victim's son appeals for peace

Dadri lynching: Won't let 'agenda of destruction' succeed, says govt; victim's son appeals for peace

Government on Monday stressed that it will not allow the "agenda of destruction" to dominate over its focus of development.

Don't work against government: Union minister Kiren​ Rijiju warns global NGOs

Don't work against government: Union minister Kiren​ Rijiju warns global NGOs

 Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju has accused Greenpeace of inciting protests against industrial projects and has warned global activists and aid organizations not to work against the government.