The Union Cabinet will soon consider a proposal to delink rail infrastructure development from the Railway Budget, paving the way for partial corporatisation of the Railways.
A seemingly worried BJP on Thursday unleashed at least 120 MPs from across the country and 19 Union ministers to woo Delhi voters ahead of the February 7 Assembly elections.
A day after the Narendra Modi government sacked Sujatha Singh as foreign secretary by abruptly “curtailing” her tenure, external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said the government had to issue orders
Following complaints by residents and some religious leaders, the editor of a local Urdu daily was arrested by the Mumbra police for hurting the religious sentiments of the Muslim community after she
With the Budget Session beginning February 23, the government has moved fast to convert recent ordinances into legislation.
A day after the government said that her tenure as Foreign Secretary has been "curtailed", Sujatha Singh on Thursday claimed that she had actually sought early retirement.
BJP on Thursday decided to put its campaign for Delhi assembly polls in top gear by fielding several of its frontline leaders and targeting AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal with five questions, an exercise w
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is said to be extremely keen to be part of this year’s Kailash Mansarovar Yatra to Tibet, and could even take the new motorable route from the Nathu-La border point in Sik
Sensing that the outcome of the Delhi Assembly polls will have a cascading effect on the coming Assembly elections in Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh, the BJP is in no mood to take chances, and h
BJP CM candidate Kiran Bedi hit back Wednesday at the AAP’s allegations that she had “gone soft” on the BJP while in that party, asking former colleagues “why they offered her the CM’s post if she was