Indian Railways takes the benefit of suspension of passenger train services during lockdown, completes 200 long-due projects
Indian Railways terminated signaling contact with Chinese firm after it completed only 20% in 4 years and didn't provide technical documents
Rana Ayyub shares Hindustan Times report to claim a child’s death in Bihar was due to ‘starvation’, gets fact-checked by Indian Railways
Hindustan Times had published an article dated May 27, 2020, titled: "Migrants’ kid dies as father hunts for milk at railway station", claiming that a four-and-a-half-year-old son of migrants from Bihar based in Delhi died of hunger at the railway station on arrival by a ‘Shramik Special’ train.
Mamata Banerjee is also reportedly likely to demand the early release of funds to the tune of ₹50,000 crores for West Bengal.
Indian Railways operates 201 Shramik special train until May 7, helps nearly 2 lakh migrant stranded workers to reach home
India Railways operated around 201 Shramik Special trains till late Thursday and helped nearly 2 lakh stranded migrant workers, tourists and students to return to their home state.
Don’t spoil good work for political benefits, Railways employees union writes to Sonia Gandhi over Shramik trains
Central govt has started 'shramik' special trains which are facilitating the return of migrant labourers back to their home states from the various states where they might be stranded due to the Coronavirus lockdown.
On odd days, Congress blames Railways of charging stranded migrant workers for the tickets, on even days Rajasthan govt admits to making them pay...
Only after much confusion, Rajasthan government has announced that it will now be bearing the expenses of migrant workers
Only Kerala, Rajasthan and Maharashtra governments made the migrant workers pay for the railway tickets: Reports
Congress, which earlier today claimed to bear the costs of railway tickets of migrants, is in the government in Maharashtra and Rajasthan
Migrant workers in Mumbai shelling out Rs 200 each for getting a health certificate deemed essential for their travel to respective states: Reports
Earlier today, the interim Congress president Sonia Gandhi had declared that the Congress party will bear the non-existent fares charged by central government from migrant workers.
And there is absolutely no justification for states asking the so called migrants to pay for tickets back “home.”
After senior lawyers refuse to defend TikTok in SC, the company says they have no plan to pursue legal action against Indian govt
TikTok denies media reports they will approach Supreme Court challenging Indian govt's decision to ban them
Sopore attack: Amnesty India preaches laws while blatantly violating the same laws to suit their agenda
Amnesty India has been regularly disclosing identities and photographs of minors, but objects when Kashmir Police did so
Alt News fact checks satirical tweet by aviation writer Mihir Shah where he had mocked false claims made by several people on social media
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
Sambit Patra holds a mirror to anti-nationals by his Pulitzer tweet, left-liberals expose their hypocrisy by slamming him
Left-liberals, who always use imaged of Children in distress, slammed Sambit Patra for sharing of kid with grandfather killed by terrorists
Social Media Fact-Check
Various social media users have come up with conspiracy theories surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput's death.
Swara Bhasker starrer web series gets record low ratings, leftist elites claim it is because she opposes BJP, not because it is bad
Swara Bhaskar starrer 'Rasbhari' streaming on Amazon Prime has got record low ratings on IMDb.
In a bid to prove that Central government ban on Chinese apps like TikTok was a bad decision, Kolkata based leftist portal 'The Telegraph' today reported a satirical tweet as real.
In January this year, the public broadcaster Doordarshan aired a special broadcast on reelection of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen which upset China.