Malegaon blasts: Bombay High Court accepts intervention plea of the victim’s family against Lt Col Purohit’s petition
Representing Lt Col Purohit, senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi stated that his client was falsely accused in the case while he was merely discharging his duty.
The Center had requested for a width of at least seven meters so that military vehicles could ply on the road. The request was denied. The planned two-lane highway is now down to a single lane.
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s daughter Amrit Singh works for George Soros’ Open Society Justice Initiative
Amrit Singh, the daughter of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, is associated with one of George Soros's initiatives.
How political interference by UPA and Samajwadi Party hindered anti-terrorist operations in Azamgarh during UPA rule
The controversy of Muslim youth from Azamgarh being involved in terrorist activities had arisen since at least September 2008.
Completion of strategic DSDBO road was delayed because of misappropriation of fund and wrong alignment during Congress govt
DSDBO road was laid on flat terrain against the approved plan for mountains during the Congress govt, resulting in re-construction
Except for the very young, most Indians would remember May 16 as the day the results of the 2014 General Election were announced.
Detention Centres are nothing like Concentration Camps, Congress built them in Assam too: Here is all you need to know
The usual suspects have created mass hysteria around detention centres without any valid cause.
It is pertinent to note that it was the idea of the then UPA government to use the data collected in the process of NPR to implement a nation-wide NRC.
From Lalu to Manmohan: Here is how opposition leaders were promising bullet trains during UPA regime
Lalu Prasad Yadav in 2009 was very excited about Bullet Trains in 2009 and Manmohan Singh as Prime Minister had given the nod to one between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
Chidambaram dares ED to submit ‘even 1 piece of evidence’, ED submits details of 12 back accounts and 12 properties in 16 countries
Tushar Mehta, the Centre’s second most-senior law officer who is appearing for the investigating agency, told the top court that one key witness refused to appear for face-to-face with Chidambaram "because he is too powerful".