UNDP says Aspirational Districts Programme extremely effective, lauds Modi for personally monitoring the initiative
The Aspirational Districts Programme was launched by PM Modi in 2018 to expedite the transformation of India's 112 most backward districts
Amidst concerns that Covid third wave could have devastating impact on children, read what medical experts have to say
Experts believe that though children remain susceptible to infection, it is “highly unlikely that the third wave will exclusively affect children".
This article outlines four issues along with suggestions can be considered by NITI Ayog to revitalize India’s NGOs Sector:
TOI publishes fake news about ‘Maharashtra model’ receiving national praise, twice: Read details here
In April, TOI had used a press briefing from Uddhav Thackeray's office to claim that the IMCT team visiting Mumbai had praised the 'Worli-Koliwada Model'. It was also endorsed by Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi.
NITI Ayog building sealed for 48 hours after senior official tests positive for coronavirus, Supreme Court employee found positive too
The director-level official in the NITI Ayog had got his test results on Tuesday morning and informed the authorities.
The officials and experts will brainstorm over recommendations such as treating population stabilisation and family planning as a national priority and ensuring inter-governmental convergence and multisectoral participation.
CVC gives permission to prosecute four former Congress era finance ministry officers in the INX Media case
The CBI had alleged that the concerned officers of the FIPB unit of the Ministry of Finance, by virtue of the influence exercised over them by Karti Chidambaram, ignored the serious illegality on the part of INX Media
‘Bold ideas rarely get bipartisan support’: Congress’ Milind Deora backs PM Modi’s ‘One Nation One Poll’ concept, calls for a debate
Though Congress chose to skip the all-party meeting chaired by Modi to discuss the issue of 'One Nation One Poll', Mumbai Congress president Milind Deora appears to disagree with his party's view.
Telangana's KCR wouldn't be attending the meeting due to his mega irrigation project. Punjab's Captain Amarinder Singh would skip the meeting due to ill health.
Recently, the Chief Minister of West Bengal had also chosen to skip the Prime Minister's swearing-in ceremony after BJP swept its way through its second term