The temple fireworks display in Kerala that killed over 100 went ahead without permission, and with the blessings of politicians.
Seven years and six elections later, this became the seed the 'Siliguri Model', the foundation on which the unlikely alliance between the Left and Congress has been forged.
Rajya Sabha MP Anil Sahni's LTC episode has put spokes in Nitish Kumar's national wheels
Babasaheb Ambedkar rejected Hinduism, but the Sangh still wants to embrace him. Indeed, no party can ignore the ideals he fought for.
It is a convenient whipping boy, even though it consumes less water on a per-day basis than other crops, and even less for every unit weight of biomass produced.
UPI is a unique payment solution as the recipient is now empowered to initiate the payment request from a smartphone without using credit or debit card and internet banking.
Several members in the political secretariat of the Aam Aadmi Party government claim to have flagged the issue and pointed out that the disgruntled car-owner could drift away from the party.
Canadian Sikhs have for long been demanding a formal apology in the Canadian Parliament for Komagata Maru incident.
Indian Express explains the key issues around the IMD’s monsoon forecast.
The LSA would help Indian armed forces, especially its navy, to operate far from subcontinental shores at a moment when New Delhi has to secure its widely dispersed interests in the Indian Ocean and beyond.
The defence action plan is an important component of the India-Maldives bilateral relationship and the shared strategic and security interests of the two countries in the Indian Ocean region.
Shayara Banu’s case has seen the government being forced to dust off a year-old report that recommended a ban on the practice.
Even as a formal notification is awaited within the next few days, the “all-inclusive” definition of a “Jharkhandi” could well lead to another round of debates and a political war of words.
Although the RBI did some work on a potential new law, the move to review FERA was not pursued for a while, as the P V Narasimha Rao-led government went out of office in 1996.
It pops up in the news every now and then, and people often think of it as a decree, instruction or order — or even something akin to a court farmaan.
The sometimes insane social premium on entering a medical college has fueled demand to such impossible extent that its yawning gap with the supply of medical seats can probably never be fulfilled.
The scarcity, and the agrarian crisis emerging from consecutive drought years actually has its epicentre in three districts of the Marathwada region -- Latur, Osmanabad and Beed.
The truth behind Basit’s comments is depressing: Pakistan’s army has staged what can only be described as a foreign policy coup, rejecting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s efforts to seek normalisation with India.
Indian Express explains Bihar’s tough new prohibition law that makes all drinking illegal — Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s wager on losing Rs 4,000 crore in revenues to win a much bigger prize.
What is the feud that is tearing the first family of the Namdharis apart? Is the killing linked to the vast properties the sect owns, an attempt by a “third party” to ensure the family stays divided?