Ashwani Sharma recalls 2011 case against Ogyen Trinley Dorje, in which HC wants him prosecuted.
Mela is held in the heart of the town — where river banks are narrower than at either Allahabad or Ujjain — and always during the monsoon.
It’s complex to manage exchange rates, industry is lukewarm, the dollar still rules, and there are more benefits to Beijing than to New Delhi.
Nirupama Subramanian recalls earlier meetings between Indian PMs and Pak heads of government since 2001 — the story of modest achievements and lost opportunities.
Food Minister Badal says the FSSAI is ‘creating fear’. Through June, the FSSAI has sought suggestions, set up a panel to regulate salt, sugar and fat intake, and issued two product-based orders.
The golden jubilee should be a time to introspect and recall vital lessons, not an occasion for chest-thumping or playing political games.
'The burden of rheumatic diseases is yet to be thoroughly investigated, is probably under-reported'
Explained: The continuing bloodbath on Chinese bourses, and how emerging markets -- including India -- ; might gain from the sell-offs in Shanghai
The story of the project, and why it failed, doesn’t necessarily bear out his suggestion that New Delhi could have talked its way out of trouble in Kashmir.
The euro has barely weakened this week while bond yields for peripheral countries such as Portugal, Spain and Ireland have even dipped a little.
The Vyapam scam broke ‘formally’ in 2013 after the Indore Crime Branch registerered an FIR after arresting 20 impersonators
Multiple studies show they put their patients’, and their own, lives at risk — with increased chances of medical mistakes, car crashes and surgical injuries.
The findings show people of the same age grow old at different speeds — with some of us aging faster than others.
Well after Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi announced in the 1987-88 Budget his government’s intention to form a separate board for the regulation and orderly functioning of the stock exchange and the securities industry.
These findings suggest that having a friend present during training can be an important factor in laying out and ultimately achieving business goals.
33-year-old Santosh Kumar who was given money for a kidney transplant by the PMO, died last week because the queue of patients ahead of him at the nearest transplant centre was simply too long.
Theoretically, the EU could recapitalise Greece’s banks, but doing so would mean accessing the Eurozone’s permanent bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
In India, the rupee was devalued by almost 65 per cent in 1966 when Indira Gandhi was Prime Minister — and again in 1991, when P V Narasimha Rao was at the helm.
Behind India’s abstention on the anti-Israel vote in UN last week lies the message that its relationship with Israel should be read on its own terms
The researchers experimentally evaluated a programme of agricultural training, capital inputs, and counselling for Liberian ex-fighters who were illegally mining or occupying rubber plantations.
Several events from India’s recent history have been recalled in reports on the contents of former RAW chief A S Dulat’s forthcoming book, Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. The backstories to four of the more significant assertions that Dulat makes.
On July 1, the Centre launched its Digital India push, aiming to empower lakhs of Indians in the country’s remotest corners, and boost economic growth. What is the existing base in the states over which this edifice will stand?
Why expectations from Modi’s Turkmenistan visit must be tempered — there is a timeline, and complexities of terrorism and funding to be resolved first
The researchers estimate that the “accounting cost” per student in a government school in the median state in 2011/12 was Rs 14,615, while the median child in a private school cost Rs 5,961.
There is no denying the fact that without any goldplating of their cost structure, there is little reason for the generation utilities to opt for captive mining.
The IMF paper notes that governments in emerging market economies need to push such efforts at inclusion to make a dent in inequality.
The United Nations has issued an unusual safety advisory, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) have warned of future heatwaves.
Amid growing fears of another drought year, Maharashtra has revived talk of cloud seeding. Indian Express explains the process, what it might achieve.
The Railways hopes to reach all state capitals in the Northeast by March 2020.
The Nabakalebara, divine re-embodiment of Lord Jagannath, happens once every 12-19 years.
The BJP’s rise — it bagged 10 per cent of votes in the 2014 general election, up from 6 per cent in 2009 — seems to be hurting the Left.
The phenomenon behind the unexpectedly good rainfall this June — and whose swing-away now is likely to allow the El Nino to have full play.
Who is doing it — and what they have found so far...
At FICCI, Vajpayee employed his celebrated oratory to sketch his government’s vision of connecting the country through a network of world-class highways.
Swadeshi Jagran Manch, AN RSS affiliate,has described several provisions of the Bill as 'detestable and unacceptable'.
Lets understand what is happening in Greece and what happens now.