Seventh pay panel gets time till Dec to submit report

 The Cabinet on Wednesday extended by four months the term of the Seventh Pay Commission, which was set up in February 2014 to revise remuneration of some 48 lakh central government employees and 55 lakh pensioners.

Congress slams Modi for remarks in UAE on previous governments

The Congress party on Monday criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks during his visit to the UAE about previous governments, saying that he should maintain the dignity of his office.

Total control over cross border infiltrations, assures J&K Deputy CM

 Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh said the state government has total control over the recurring cross border infiltrations and that the situation is completely stable.

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Dawood Ibrahim offered to return to India; Shinde denies reports

According to reports, Dawood Ibrahim had offered to return to India 2 years ago. However, Sushil Kumar Shinde, former home minister at the time during the Manmohan Singh government, has denied all reports saying that there was no such offer from Dawood Ibrahim.

No proposal to review guidelines on Ministers' staff: Govt

 The Centre on Wednesday said it had no plans to review the guidelines for appointment of personal staff to Ministers as per which those who worked for UPA ministers are not likely to be appointed for present ones.

Hindu terror: BJP accuses Congress of doublespeak

Stepping up its attack on Congress on the issue of Hindu terror, BJP on Sunday accused the opposition party of doublespeak, and said while in India they blamed right wing Hindu groups for the Samjhauta Express blast, in the United Nations they held groups based in Pakistan responsible for it.

Shinde denies having uttered "Hindu terrorism" in Parliament

Former Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Saturday denied having used the word "Hindu terrorism" in Parliament during the UPA tenure.

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It's a canard that Kalam was reluctant to appoint Sonia Gandhi as PM: Manmohan Singh

  APJ Abdul Kalam backed the nuclear deal India inked with the United States in 2005 and it is a "total canard" that the then president (Kalam) was reluctant to appoint Sonia Gandhi as the prime minister, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said.

Farmer suicide: Jaitley defends Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh, cites UPA replies

 As a controversy brewed over a list of reasons given by his colleague Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh for suicide by farmers, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday dug out written replies in Parliament during the previous UPA regime, listing out 'love affair' as one of the several reasons for suicides.

Left parties demands action against Swaraj, Raje, Chouhan

Left parties on Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of not keeping his promise of giving a "corruption-free" government, and staged nation-wide protests seeking action against senior BJP leaders for their alleged role in Lalit Modi row, Vyapam scam and other controversies.

Survey reveals truth of Gujarat''s 'Modi model': Congress

 The Congress on Thursday alleged that the Modi government has deliberately suppressed the the results of a survey which revealed that child immunisation levels in Gujarat are shockingly lower than the national average, and that child malnutrition had come down during the previous UPA government`s tenure.

Skill India 'relaunching' of UPA programme: Congress

Congress on Wednesday sought to puncture Prime Minister Narendra Modi's launch of the ambitious 'Skill India' Mission, insisting that a massive programme for skill development was launched by the party-led UPA five years back.

How feasible is PM Modi's dream of a Digital India?-Part 3

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched the ambitious Digital India Campaign in the national capital with a view to empower the people of the country through the program.

Lalit Modi row demands more explanation from previous UPA govt: RSS mouthpiece

 With BJP under attack over Lalit Modi row, RSS mouthpiece "Organiser" on Saturday said the controversy over the former IPL boss' links with various politicians was not "sudden" and insisted that it demands more explanations from UPA government rather than the current dispensation.

Rajnath Singh defends Smriti Irani over fake degree allegations

With reference to Smriti Irani's fake degree allegations, Union Minister Rajnath Singh in a press conference said that resignations on such issues happen in the UPA government, not in ours.