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Bombay HC has granted bail to 4 accused in Malegaon blast case

Petition moved in Bombay High Court against ordinance that criminalised triple talaq

The Supreme Court in its landmark judgement had declared the practice of 'Triple Talaq' as arbitrary and unconstitutional.

All you need to know about India’s association with Dassault and process to purchase Rafale since 2004

Such incoherent and baseless mentions make these allegations frivolous without any substance or relation to the above listed actual facts.

As PM Modi rolls out Ayushman Bharat, remember when P P Bajpai said insurance pushes people to die

I wonder what Punya Prasun Bajpai is thinking today, with Ayushman Bharat being rolled out for 500 million people.

Sikkim gets its first airport at 4,500 feet, 100th operational airport in the country

The newly built Pakyong airport is situated very close to Indo-China border and has huge strategic importance

Within minutes of launching of Ayushman Bharat, patients in Assam get cashless treatment

The Prime Minister dedicated the flagship scheme today to the citizens of the country, which covers 50 crores beneficiaries.

India made significant advancement in eliminating worst forms of Child Labour in 2017: US report

The report is one of the most comprehensive works on research on the issue.

Congress and JD(S) led Karnataka govt turns down Centre’s proposal to declare western ghats eco-sensitive area

The declaration of Western Ghats ESA has assumed significance because of the massive Kerala floods in July

In 2012 under the Congress government, Dassault preferred RIL over HAL

They were insisting on the RIL group company to be their partner.

Delhi bans Vat 69 and Smirnoff for two years

The company had violated rules by using unauthorised and loose barcodes

Demystifying Civil Society: Link emerges between ‘Urban Naxals’ and Separatists in Kashmir and Manipur

COHR, Manipur is one of the coordinating organizations of CDRO.

US Government report praises Indian leadership for its resolve to fight terrorism

The report says that the states of Jammu and Kashmir, the northeast Indian states, and parts of central India are the most affected by terrorism.

A record 9.5 Lakh jobs were created in July, 61.81 lakh since September 2017: EPFO data

The new EPFO data reveals that from September 2017 to July 2018 more than 61.81 lakh new jobs have been created,
Mohammad Mustak, the murderer and rapist of a 6-year-old child, sentenced to death by special POCSO court in Cuttack, Odisha

MP: Shivraj Singh Chouhan meant it when he said quick hearing and death penalty to child rapists

Madhya Pradesh is walking the talk when it comes to speedy trial and death penalty to rapists of children.

Tripura’s new government seizes 40,000 kilos of Ganja, tackles drug mess left by Communists

When people are high on drugs, for a few moments, they might just catch a glimpse of the promised Communist utopia.
Shabir was arrested for assaulting his wife and giving her triple talaq

Cabinet approves ordinance on Triple Talaq making it a punishable offence

Supreme Court had outlawed the practice last year

India gets access to two Bangladeshi ports, will boost connectivity with North-Eastern region

The proposed agreement will enhance connectivity to the land-locked region of the North-East.

EAM punctures holes in Sidhu’s excuse on why he hugged Pakistan Army Chief

Sidhu had claimed that Pakistan is ready to open the corridor of Kartarpur Sahib Corridor on the 550 birth anniversary of Guru Nanak

Congress stakes claim to form government in Goa as Manohar Parrikar receives treatment at AIIMS, reports

There hasn't been a meeting between the Congress party and the governor yet.
Rohingya Muslims

Increased vigilance and use of technology has helped BSF block Rohingya infiltration: BSF DG KK Sharma

The Indian government has been taking steps to deport illegal Rohingya immigrants from the country

Demonetisation is a success and the naysayers have got their facts completely wrong

So let us again rewind the declared aims sought to be achieved and analyse each one independently.

Rahul Gandhi, despite his promises to help the poor, is yet to match Modicare : Medical journal Lancet

The twin programmes should improve access to quality health services and reduce out-of-pocket health expenditures.

The curious case of IANS RTI and how the numbers claimed differ wildly from official govt data

The Ministry should issue a clarification on the matter.

Hindi Diwas: Is Narendra Modi-led government imposing Hindi in non-Hindi speaking states?

Till Article 351 exists in Constitution of India, Government of India is dutybound to promote Hindi

HRD Ministry plans to set up ‘National Madarsa Board’ to register madarsas for better academic standards

Uttar Pradesh government has already taken steps to mainstream the madarsas

Delhi High Court refuses to pass order on PIL against rising fuel prices

The court said that the fuel prices are a matter of policy decision of the government and refrained from interfering

ISRO displays space suit and crew model for its first ever manned space mission- Gaganyaan in 2022

The display comes weeks after our PM, announced to launch the mission by 2022 to commemorate the 75th independence of India.

Emerging demographic shift in the Bengal Duars and national security concerns for India

There is an urgent need for serious research, thinking and debate on the topic.
Read Arvind Kejriwal's profuse apology to Akali leader for wrongfully defaming him

AAP government launches door step delivery of services, unavailability of phone operators creates hurdles

AAP is trying to portray that the BJP is trying to sabotage their project

Demystifying the ‘Civil Society’: Foreign funded organizations campaigning against Indian sedition laws

It's of critical importance that the government reviews its FCRA policy.

Assam’s NRC vs Jammu and Kashmir’s PRC: Drawing parallel among distinct laws and acknowledging the ‘liberal’ double-standard

There is a constant attempt by liberal scholars who cultivate the thought that nationalism is subservient to constitutionalism

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