Sushil Modi questions Nitish forgetting courtesy to NaMo

With ruling JD(U) defending Chief Minister Nitish Kumar warm meeting with BJP veteran LK Advani as part of "sanskar" (social tradition), former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi Tuesday questioned lack of this for Narendra Modi.

Northeast CMs seek Centre`s help in tackling communal strife

Chief Ministers of Northeastern states Monday voiced concern over social media playing key role in inciting tension in society and sought Centre`s help in tackling communal violence.

Attempts will be made to polarise ahead of 2014 polls: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Monday voiced apprehensions that more attempts would be made in the country to weaken the social fabric and to polarise communities in the run up to 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

WB seeks effective steps to maintain communal harmony

Condemning the recent communal incidents in different parts of the country, West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra Monday sought effective measures to maintain inter-community relations and protect the rights of minorities.

Politicians responsible for inciting violence must be punished: PM

While admitting that sustaining communal harmony is a big challenge, Prime Minister Dr Manomhan Singh on Monday reiterated his government`s commitment to fight communal forces trying to weaken the country`s secular fabric and promised all steps to contain them.

Narendra Modi, Raman Singh skip NIC meet

Gujarat Chief Minister and BJP`s 2014 PM candidate Narendra Modi has decided to skip the crucial meet. Meanwhile, BJP-ruled Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has also decided not to attend the meet.

Opposition, TMC flay Communal Violence Bill

In an interesting development UPA constituent Trinamool joined the opposition ranks to condemn the "dangerous" communal violence bill.

Extremism not prerogative of one community: Omar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister
Omar Abdullah on Saturday cautioned against increasing
radicalisation of youth, saying this "growing extremism is not
the prerogative of one community alone".

Chief Ministers of many states skip NIC meet

Union Minister Farooq Abdullah, who had a seat marked for him on the dais with the Prime Minister, was also not present.

NIC meet for first time on Thursday

Research, development and the
exchange of experience to harmonise the development process
will be on the priority agenda of the National Innovation
Council (NIC) when it meets for the first time tomorrow.