Harish Verma claimed that his party’s own government did not release the annual grants for the maintenance of the goshalas in a state where cow slaughter is banned.
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There is no official response yet on the revamping of the crucial film preview committee.
Due to the vacancies, the panel found that the patients were being tended to by untrained doctors beyond office hours.
Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar also claimed that China has not shared any hydrological data with India this year.
Vinod Dua discusses election watchdog Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR)’s recent report on the corporate funding of political parties and the development in Karti Chidambaram’s case.
A mob beat a group of seven Muslim men in Dumra village after rumours spread that they had killed and eaten a cow.
O.P. Rawat stressed on the fact that a democracy could thrive only when elections were free, fair and transparent.
The company’s board says the primary reason for his exit was Murthy’s latest letter claiming “corporate governance” issues and Sikka not being CEO material.
Vinod Dua reads out Tripura CM Manik Sarkar’s speech that was allegedly censored by Prasar Bharati
A bench of justices considered the statement of the lawyer appearing for the two police officers and asked them to “step down” from their posts.
High Court Raps Airport Authority for Allowing Amit Shah’s Party Meeting Within Goa Airport Premises
The bench was not convinced by the AAI’s defence that the meeting was spontaneous, asking how the many visible arrangements could be made quickly.
The Gorakhpur district magistrate’s report also demanded strict action against the oxygen supplier for cutting the supply of an “emergency service” while refraining to put any blame on the Adityanath-led UP gover
If I Allow Namaz on Streets, How Can I Stop Police Stations from Celebrating Janmashtami: Adityanath
Ahead of Janmashtami, the UP chief minister had told the police to celebrate the festival in a ‘traditional, grand and decent’ way.
Vinod Dua scrutinises Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech from Red Fort on this year’s Independence Day, and explains why The Wire Urdu was launched.
Directorate of Revenue Intelligence report shows how an Adani subsidiary allegedly used a Dubai-based front company to over-invoice imports and then move Rs 1,500 crore to a Mauritius-based firm controlled by Gautam Adani’s brother.
In his speech, Sarkar said the spirit of secularism is under attack across the country.
Vinod Dua and Hamid Ansari discuss the history, relevance and importance of Urdu in India at the launch event of The Wire Urdu.
The order came after the NIA told the court that the marriage in question could be part of a ‘larger mechanism’ to convert Hindu girls to Islam.
Meanwhile in Kerala, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat went against the CPI(M)-led state government to hoist the tricolour at a school in Palakkad district.
Vinod Dua discusses the journey of independent India through development indicators.
‘Freedom First! is a protest movement in Kerala that is made up of collective, continuous, simultaneous acts of freedom that anyone, anywhere can commit.’
From Gunga Jumna to Phir Subah Hogi, messages in the songs from these films resonate even today.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that faith-based violence was “unacceptable” and that the Kashmir problem can’t be solved by “guns and abuses”.
Sasikala’s nephew was joined by at least 23 MLAs and four MPs at the rally near Madurai.
Essays on how Chughtai was perceived show how impossible it was to ignore her, and how her work had the power to capture the reality she witnessed.
At an event on Sunday, senior BJP leaders including Union minister Radha Mohan Singh began yelling at Drèze as he criticised the Jharkhand government and demanded that he be removed from the stage.
The National Human Rights Commission has asked the UP government to submit a report on what happened and how it is compensating families.
Though the idea is still at a “very nascent stage”, it is apparently on the agenda of some top-level officials.
By banging on doors and barging into houses, the African students association has alleged, the police is making it look like they are responding to serious crimes rather than carrying out regular permit checks.
“The feeling of patriotism cannot be forced down someone. It is a sentiment that is already there in all Indians.”
Author Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar had earlier said he was facing intense online abuse, and a group of Adivasis had taken out a protest against him, burning his effigy and books.
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj met with Bhutanese foreign minister Damcho Dorji on the sidelines of the BIMSTEC ministerial meeting.
Vinod Dua discusses how Modi and the BJP took potshots at outgoing Vice President Hamid Ansari, and where you can find over 65 lakh books for free.
Nihalani, whose tenure was set to finish next January, will be replaced by well-known lyricist Prasoon Joshi.
A Delhi court issued an interim injunction on the book on an ex parte basis – which means the publisher and author were not asked to present their version of events.
“After the merger, we will be in a better position to fight against the BJP-led government, which is nothing but an extension of RSS. We need to fight against it unitedly,” LNP general secretary Ranade said.
With Palanisamy adopting resolutions against Sasikala and AIADMK deputy general secretary Dinakaran, all eyes are now on the Panneerselvam camp for a possible merger.
Calling the draft surrogacy Bill ‘narrow’, the parliamentary committee has recommended allowing live-in couples, divorced women and widows to use surrogates, adding that a surrogate should not have to belong to the parent’s family.
Vinod Dua discusses the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s role in the Indian freedom movement and how spontaneous protests against various issues are erupting all over the country.
The study claims in the last 100 years, not much has been done for the translation of the ordinances and Acts of central universities in Indian languages.