News has emerged that 83 retired IAS officers had penned an open letter demanding the resignation of Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.
Read excerpts of Congress’ Mallikarjun Kharge led PAC report slamming HAL for delay in projects while Rahul indulged in politicking
PAC, led by Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge severely criticised HAL for the delay in projects while Rahul Gandhi accused PM Modi of 'taking away projects from HAL'
One of the main poll promises in the run-up to 2018 elections was farmer loan waiver. Rahul Gandhi and all Congress leaders harped on farmer loan waiver.
Initiated in 2003, these exercises were tasked with boosting cooperation and interoperability between the Russian and Indian navies.
Here is what connects attack on Akshaya Patra, French NGO against Rafale and demonization of Amarnath Yatra
The web of foreign-funded NGOs that demonised the Amarnath Yatra, French NGO that complained against Rafale in France and the demand to remove Akshaya Patra from midday meals contract
The Ease of Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations, important dimensions of the regulatory environment and their enforcement across 190 economies and selected cities at the subnational and regional level
SC verdict on Rafale deal: Read scathing comments made by Court while dismissing petitions for inquiry
Supreme Court dismissed petitions for an enquiry into Rafale deal pricing, offset partner selection and procurement procedure. Read scathing observations
For all his angst against Adani, Rahul Gandhi chose Kamal Nath who rallied behind Adani for power plant in Chhindwara
Kamal Nath is believed to be close to Gautam Adani, whom Rahul Gandhi has frequently accused of being a 'crony capitalist'
The glorification of Afzal Guru, a terrorist who conspired to attack the Parliament of India, certainly does not bode well for the future of the country.
Considering the extravagant promises made by the Congress party in its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh, the economic health of the state is likely to suffer a significant blow.
Demystifying Civil Society: Organization linked to ‘Urban Naxals’ wants schools to teach ‘Human Rights Education’
Federation for Human Rights (FPR) urged the government of Puducherry to introduce "Human Rights Curriculum" in the school curriculum in the Union Territory.
Prashant Bhushan and left-liberal cabal was actively helping Vijay Mallya in UK court by attacking CBI special director Rakesh Asthana
Vijay Mallya's defence team was using Indian left-liberals' allegations agaist Rakesh Asthana in London court
Jignesh Shah’s firm rented property owned by Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka: Here is all you need to know about NSEL scam
The NSEL suspended the trading of all contracts on the 31st of July, 2013. Eventually, 24 trading entities defaulted on their payment to the spot exchange, which amounted to around Rs. 5600 crores.
Exclusive story of Christian Michel’s extradition and how the grand plan was implemented by CBI and Ajit Doval
CBI and other sources have revealed some startling details of the entire saga of how the plan unfolded and how, the unthinkable was achieved to extradite a man who possibly holds several secrets, Christian Michel, with Ajit Doval at the centre of it
Contrary to reports by various media outlets, OpIndia.com discovered that Ram Mandir was still very much an issue for the residents of Ayodhya. Although it was quite clear that they do want other amenities but for them, it is not an either/or issue.
Cow slaughter, communal undercurrents and allegations of police atrocities: A tale of three villages in Bulandshahr
OpIndia goes to the Bulandshahr and talks to the local villagers to try and find out more about what happened.
Alijo Joseph is a Congress party leader, and he is the national in-charge of the legal department of Indian Youth Congress, the youth wing of the party.
Ground report: Asif, Saifuddin and 2 others arrested for cow slaughter that started the violence in Bulandshehr
In conversation with OpIndia, the villagers have also asserted that there are no "gaurakshaks" in their village. The police also rejected charges of them heaping atrocities on the villagers.
Poisonous ‘congress grass’, considered a gift of Congress to the nation, now creating havoc in Kullu
The only way to get rid of the notorious 'congress grass' is to remove the plant with the roots before they flower and set seeds.
There may well be more to the Bhopal Gas tragedy than meets the eye, but unfortunately, the truth about Adil Shahryar may be hidden forever
Qatar is focusing on natural gas in future, not oil
Odisha: NGO that wants to bring ‘Good News of Jesus’, connect with ‘savages’, caught for sexual abuse, 11 girls missing
The NGO, Good News India was running the shelter home illegally, the NGO has 22 shelter homes in the state.
PewDiePie and his supporters may be fighting hard in the troll battle versus T-Series but it appears they are fighting a losing battle.
After Anand Ranganathan’s, Vivek Agnihotri’s tweets, which were critical of judiciary, blocked from being read in India
Vivek was informed of his tweets being withheld on Thursday.
The fanaticism of ‘All Nations’, the Christian missionary organisation which trained John Allen Chau
All Nation's conduct appears to be hazardous to the health of its missionaries.
UK: Police ‘recklessly ignored’ Muslim grooming gangs sexually abusing Sikh girls for decades due to ‘political correctness’, claims study
The Muslim grooming gang phenomenon in the West bears close resemblance with the phenomenon of Love Jihad in India.
Jack Dorsey under investigation for potential falsities in his testimony about censorship on Twitter
Twitter's 'hateful conduct' policy reveals a definite progressive bias. The platform has now banned 'misgendering' and 'deadnaming' after modifying its policy.
Congress and BJP fight it out in Mizoram today, but earlier this year, they had formed an alliance for an autonomous body
There is no pre-poll alliance in Mizoram, but anything is possible after elections
The CPIM's role in protests in Maharashtra is also well known.
Tweets by Scientist and Columnist Anand Ranganathan critical of judiciary blocked from being read in India
It turns out that certain tweets of Anand Ranganathan were withheld in India.