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Governors’ role is not diminished if they act as per Constitution: Pranab

Mukherjee appreciated the Union Home Minister’s suggestion to actively involve Governors in internal security.

Rashtrapati Bhavan asks MoD to reply to family petition

Ajit’s family insists that he was killed by higher-ranking soldiers after an altercation at the camp.

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By sharing its art collection, Rashtrapati Bhavan sheds a little more of its aloofness.


Rashtrapati Bhavan to unveil e-catalogue of art works tomorrow

The photographs cannot be downloaded although Rashtrapati Bhavan may make prints available through its souvenir shop at a later date.


Pranab Mukherjee’s portrait by Thane artist adorns Rashtrapati Bhavan

The veteran artist was approached by a special committee of art experts, gallerists and senior artists from across the country.


Artist working on creating Rashtrapati Bhavan’s digital legacy

The group describes the programme as a “learning” and “inspiring” experience.


President releases commemorative stamps on eight Indian music greats

President: Their contribution and its enrichment of our cultural heritage cannot be quantified or estimated.


Jogen Chowdhury on how he sketched Rashtrapati Bhavan in ten minutes

Veteran artist Jogen Chowdhury on being Rashtrapati Bhavan’s first artist-in-residence.


New museum in Rashtrapati Bhavan opens to public on Aug 1

The museum will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9am-4pm, except on gazetted holidays.


Rashtrapati Bhavan to celebrate Pranab’s two years as President, Modi to attend

Though this is Mukherjee’s second anniversary, the preparations are at a more grand scale this year.


Names of five new Governors finalised

Official sources said that formal notification for their appointment will be issued by Rashtrapati Bhavan soon.

Puducherry L-G Kataria sacked

Kataria, 81, former Rajya Sabha member, was appointed Puducherry L-G in July last year.

Cabinet spotting

News channels played fortune-tellers — and were mostly off the mark.


Roads closed, traffic crawls

More than 2,000 traffic personnel were deployed across the capital.


Some parallels with Vajpayee’s swearing-in, some omissions too

Apart from Sonia and Rahul and former Union ministers P Chidambaram and Jairam Ramesh, not many from the Congress could be seen among the guests.