Government and Policy

Agra’s Taj Mahal may reopen from Monday with restrictions, district authorities in dilemma as fresh cases rise

The visitors to the Taj Mahal will have to mandatorily wear masks at all times, and keep their distance from each other.

Dog Meat Ban in Nagaland incites accusation of ‘cultural imperialism’, ‘food fascism’, shows how liberal imperialism can deepen fault-lines in the country

The ban on dog meat in Nagaland has sparked cultural anxieties in the north eastern state, which may fuel existing separatist feelings

Uddhav Thackeray approves purchase of expensive new cars for ministers when Maharashtra is struggling to pay salaries to the govt employees

Even as Maharashtra faces acute crisis, the Uddhav Thackeray govt in has given its authorisation for the purchase of 6 new vehicles for its ministers.

Unfortunate that aspersions are being cast on how our brave Armed Forces are treated: Army calls fake news by Congress ‘malicious and unsubstantiated’

Congress party and its ecosystem launched a massive propaganda today claiming that the meeting of PM Modi with injured soldiers at Leh Military Hospital was staged.

The Shishupala Moment: Here is how antagonising India led by PM Modi could be China’s fatal mistake

During his speech, which was littered with references to India's Hindu roots, Narendra Modi invoked Shri Krishna. He said that India worships Krishna in all His forms.

How Power Sector Liberalisation in 2009 led to a Chinese monopoly, Rs 3 Trillion NPAs and crippled domestic manufacturing

The Union Power minister R K Singh this week said the government is planning to impose curbs on Chinese power-equipments as Indian firms can manufacture almost all critical items

Lucknow: Yogi Adityanath govt begins sealing properties of anti-CAA rioters, 2 shops to be auctioned on July 16

Chaudhry and Singh are among the 13 accused who have been asked by the district administration to pay for damages worth Rs 21.76 lakhs for destroying public property in the…

Home Ministry seeks opinions of central armed police forces on incorporating ‘transgender’ as third gender for recruiting officers

If the CAPF authorities agree, this years UPSC exam for Assistant Commander will include transgender as third gender

Indian Railways invites private players to operate passenger trains, a journey from Modi’s ‘vision’ to India’s reality

Indian Railways invites tenders to run 151 private passengers trains on its network, fulfilling a vision of PM Narendra Modi