According to Dr Karan Singh, the Hari-Tara Trust, of which he is trustee, had leased the premises in pursuit of a ‘charitable’ objective, which the Governor’s residence has failed to serve.
Over 1,750 have drowned in the Mediterranean this year, and the final toll could be 30,000. What makes this Sea so deadly?
The Indian Meteorological Department will announce on Wednesday its first forecast for the rainfall the country is likely to receive from June to September.
IE explains the process by which the govt classifies information, and the relationship between Official Secrets Acts and RTI Acts.
Sushant Singh explains the context and significance of the uranium supply deal that was signed between India and Canada.
Chasing a modest 128 vs SRH, RR huff and puff before registering fourth straight win.
The CPM is meeting at its 21st Party Congress in Visakhapatnam. At the end of the week, the largest communist party in India will have a new general secretary.
The NGT ban on diesel vehicles that are over ten years old in Delhi and NCR has come in for criticism for not giving enough time to vehicle-owners to make a switch.
Newsline explains what subsidy means to a middle class family and how subsidy scheme works.
Harish Damodaran explains the relationship between El Niño and the Indian monsoon, and the implications for the economy.
Pranav Kulkarni, explains the ongoing negotiations with French defence major Dassault Aviation.
India evacuated 2,280 persons, including 1,764 Indians, from the conflict zone during the 2006 Lebanon War.
Amid the ongoing probe, on February 2, Mahindra & Mahindra-owned Tech Mahindra expressed interest in acquiring Satyam.
Bharti Airtel has announced the launch of Airtel Zero, where it will give free access to partner apps.
Know the key proposals of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill 2013 and how it could impact various stakeholders, including the home buyers.
Sreenivas Janyala explains why Red Sanders wood is so rare, coveted, and at the centre of bloody scrubland gunbattles in the east central Deccan.
Why there is widespread anger and disappointment after BMC revealed details of consultations on Development Plan.
Supreme Court last week stayed an order of the Armed Forces Tribunal, which had, on March 2, quashed the Army’s 2009 promotion policy.
The Mufti government retorted that the power to declare an area disturbed was “inherent in AFSPA”. But the issue could be more complex than that.
It is unclear how many voting members the NC has. Some say there are 352, others say it is closer to 380.
Whys and hows of the selection of IIT directors, and the current controversy explained.
The background, reasons and context of the financial crisis in the East and North Delhi Municipal Corporations explained.
Sushant Singh looks at the background and contours of the border dispute between India and China.
The landmark judgment was about laying down yardsticks for defining social, economic backwardness in changing India.
A train is said to have “overshot” a signal — technically referred to in Indian Railways jargon as ‘Signal Passing At Danger’.
Friday’s accident that killed 32 people in Rae Bareli occurred after the train overshot a signal, refusing to stop at Bachrawan station and hitting a track dead-end.
Unseasonal rain in large parts of north, west and central India since early this month brought a grim prognosis for farmers.
Investors in the US reacted favourably on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve moved a step closer to its first rate hike since 2006.
What does prorogation of the House mean, and how does the government plan to proceed.
Delhi has appointed 21 parliamentary secretaries for ‘smooth functioning’ of the govt. Who are they, and what do they do?
Muzamil Jaleel explains the facts and context of the controversy over the flag of Jammu & Kashmir.
Arun Janardhanan explains the features and significance of the railway line that PM Modi inaugurated in northern Sri Lanka on Saturday.
Why did Biman Bose step down?
He was one of the 35 wanted accused named in the Mumbai Police chargesheet.
In July 2014, former AAP MLA Rajesh Garg recorded Kejriwal purportedly proposing a plan to break six members from the eight-MLA Congress.
The court has directed Singh and five other accused to appear before it on April 8.