‘I am Sad’: Law Minister Kiren Rijiju expresses displeasure after opposition interrupts introduction of new ministers by PM Modi in Parliament
Union Minister Kiren Rijiju said he was sad as opposition parties did not let PM Modi to introduce him as the first Law Minister of the country from a tribal community.
A total of 126 athletes from 22 States will represent India in 18 different sporting events during the Olympics tournament.
Viral video of a woman being gang-raped not related to the Jodhpur suicide case of Nagaland girl. Details
Police officials and government sources have confirmed that the viral video is an unrelated incident. The victim in the video is not the late Lovi Sumi, a woman from Nagaland working in Jodhpur, who had recently committed suicide.
Punjab-based YouTuber Paras Singh under arrest for his slurs against Arunachal MLA, had said Arunachal was a part of China: Details
In a recent video, YouTuber Paras Singh had called Arunachal MP Ninong Ering as a non-Indian and Arunachal Pradesh a part of China
Kiren Rijiju gives befitting reply to ‘befitting reply queen’ Taapsee Pannu’s boyfriend, who wanted the law to bend to his whims
Matthias Boe, boyfriend of actress Taapsee Pannu, had appealed to Kiren Rijiju to 'do something' to help the actress.
Pres Ramnath Kovind inaugurates world’s largest cricket stadium “Narendra Modi Stadium” at Sardar Patel Sports Enclave in Motera
The President also carried out the Bhumi Pujan of Sardar Patel Sports Enclave at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
‘Locations you are referring to were under Chinese occupation since very long Congress regimes’: Kiren Rijiju schools Rahul Gandhi
China has built a village on Arunachal Pradesh land that was occupied by it in 1959 when Jawaharlal Nehru was India's Prime Minister
SpiceJet air ambulance to bring gold medallist boxer Dingko Singh from Imphal to Delhi for his cancer treatment free of cost
The Padma awardee couldn't travel to Delhi due to nationwide lock down. He is suffering from liver cancer.
NDTV publishes report claiming Arunachal tribals are hunting snakes due to rice scarcity, gets called out by minister and state govt
The government of Arunachal Pradesh has also refuted the claims made by NDTV. It said that there is no rice scarcity in the state and people struggling for livelihoods are being provided free rations by the government.
Reacting to the Indian Express Report, SAI has claimed that "substantive deterrents" are already in place and that sexual harassment on campus is not rampant.