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Canadian government includes Khalistani terrorism in its ‘2018 Public Report on Terrorism Threat to Canada’
This is the first time under the Trudeau government that the Khalistani extremism has been considered as a matter of 'concern'.
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
Amidst speculations over Govt-RBI stand off, Jaitley asks how a mere discussion be considered ‘destruction’ of an institution
Urjit Patel had resigned earlier this week as RBI governor citing personal reasons.
Industrial production growth at a 11 month high of 8.1% in October, while retail inflation dips to 17 month low
The retail inflation has hit a 17-month low of 2.33% in November as against 3.31 per cent in October as the prices of food items, including vegetables have come down.
The NRC is being implemented in Assam as a method to identify citizens and illegal immigrants.
British-Pakistani Home Secretary Sajid Javid will now contemplate on the order of the court and then decide whether further action on extradition should be taken or not.
Currently, Bibek Debroy is the chairman of the EAC.
‘Journalists’ and politicians spread lies about RBI Deputy Governor’s resigning following Urjit Patel’s exit
"Journalists" started rumour-mongering about the resignation of RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya soon after Governor Urjit Patel resigned citing personal reasons
The Women Reservations Bill only serves the Left's lust for power and is merely another ploy in the hands of opportunists like Rahul Gandhi to play politics over.
India considers Kashmir an integral part of India and does not recognise any PoK 'ministers'
Michael had communicated with Haschke in August 2009, mentioning non-cooperation from the 'family'.
The 'hand-in-hand' military dril will focus on counter terrorism operations and will promote mutual understanding between the two militaries.
India is not a ‘dharamshala’ for illegal immigrants, they should be identified and deported: BJP Chief Amit Shah
Amit Shah accused opposition parties of using illegal immigrants as a vote bank for 70 years and said that they are now a threat to the country
The Ministry of Women and Child Development had ordered the survey of Anganwadi Schemes after the crackdown of Assam government on ghost beneficiaries.
Modi had met Al Falih along with several other energy ministers and top leaders of oil exporting companies in October.
Pakistan politicising a religious issue, breached protocols: India calls out Pakistan’s Kartarpur propaganda
India and Pakistan have agreed to build Kartarpur corridor in principle but the technical modalities for the same have to be deliberated and finalised.
Michel is believed to have paid kickbacks to politicians and officers, in lieu of easy norms for AugustaWestland's parent company to seal the VVIP AW101 Helicopter deal.
Government was forced to send CBI bosses on leave to maintain public confidence in the agency: Attorney General to SC
The CBI feud was out in the open after the agency was reported to have raided its own headquarters. The Union government then decided to send CBI Director Alok Verma and special director Rakesh Asthana on leave.
Sheikh Abdullah said the UAE has always shared strong historical ties with India.
AgustaWestland Case: CBI hails NSA Ajit Doval’s guidance for the successful extradition of middleman Christian Michel
An operation named 'Unicorn' was planned and carried out under the guidance of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and being coordinated by interim CBI Director M Nageswar Rao to bring back Michel.
The Surgical Strikes Unit will consist of personnel from Indian Army, Navy and Air Force
India-Canada relations at a standstill, no ministerial level talks after Trudeau’s controversial visit
Trudeau's visit to India was marred with numerous controversies.
USA has been complaining that Pakistan is not doing enough to combat terrorism
As inauguration of Statue of Unity completes a month, the mindless, illogical criticism doesn’t seem to end
Biggest grouse that the naysayers seem to have is that the money used to make the Statue of Unity, should have been invested in alleviating poverty
Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) engineers said that they will be welding the whole section to avoid such incidents in the future.
If in spite of loan waivers by three big states, the farmers under Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana drop by mere 84 lakh out of whopping 5.72 crores, isn’t it an indicator that the scheme is still alive and kicking?
The new system will account the grading of each government officials received by the public and based on these ratings the promotion of public servants will be considered.