V K Singh may have demanded that Delhi’s Akbar Road be renamed, but his ministry’s cultural wing does not seem to share his thoughts about the Mughal emperor.
An article about Karl Marx’s political ideology in the latest issue of Prakash Karat-edited People’s Democracy is being seen in the context of the Bengal experiment.
The beggar wanted to know how much he would get per day, so the minister said he would earn about Rs 200.
Tathagata Roy is now putting pressure on Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari to repair a certain stretch of National Highway 44, which is a lifeline for Tripura
Balasubrahmanyam dropped in at Vijayvargiya’s office with Hindi and English copies of the ‘Practice and Procedure of Parliament’ by Kaul and Shakdher.
Jadhav’s course-mates and service colleagues now plan to approach Rathore to seek the former officer’s release. According to the Navy, he had taken premature retirement.
Irani is learnt to have told him that she might invite him later to interact with members of the drafting committee.
It seems Heptulla, a regular at the restaurant, always stops to talk to the staff to ask about their well-being
The reporters are more agitated after six posts of directors and 12 posts of additional directors were created exclusively for Library service, and six other officials got promotions.
A sports enthusiast, Justice Patnaik recalled that he bowled out a lawyer in a match between judges and lawyers once.
Punjab Congress leaders are not in favour of Kumar being given another term.
Days after mending fences with Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee, Rajya Sabha MP Mukul Roy seems to be slowly resuming his old role in the party.
His staff say Sharma is one of the very few ministers who make it a point to receive MPs or MLAs who come to visit him at the door and accompanies them to the exit.
WEST BENGAL Urdu Academy will be participating in the New Delhi World Book Fair, which begins from Saturday, and the star of the show, of course, will be Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
Desperate Measures CHHATTISGARH CONGRESS chief Bhupesh Baghel and CLP leader T S Singhdeo seem desperate to get Ajit Jogi out of the party. The duo are in Delhi to meet top party leaders and seek his ouster. They could not meet A K Antony, head of the Congress disciplinary committee, who is in Kerala. But […]