Mike Dubke started off with President Trump three months ago, and says he will leave only after he sees through the president’s overseas trip.
The High Court has decided to stay the ban for four weeks amid anger and chaos from state governments and non-BJP parties.
While a loan from the federal government as well as an amendment to land ownership laws is yet to cement, the mining project is on track.
The leader remains optimistic about North Korea’s new missile programme despite technical restraints and says he will retaliate to US military provocation.
As a police leader, K.P.S. Gill was a disaster – one that others had to pay for.
Several villagers in three hamlets of rural Bundelkhand have claimed they are being denied wages for work done as long as a year ago.
Tomorrow, the use of human shields could become standard operating procedure. Instead of the difficult process of flushing out militants by armed assault, the army could line up civilians and use them to breach a position.
The former Prime Minister believes that a voting system modelled after Germany’s would allow the new parliament to get to work without losing time.
In the last decade, the US has been the leading funder for preparing and responding to global infectious outbreaks, and the delivery of basic healthcare to low-income countries.
“In fact, I wish these people, instead of throwing stones at us, were firing weapons at us. Then I would have been happy. Then I could do what I (want to do),” he said.
On narrow nationalism, why minorities, especially Muslims, must be made to feel safe in India, and the need to replace the short ‘jhadoo’ with a long-handled broom.
However much Modi tries to convince people that things are better today than in the pre-NDA era, his government has struggled to make considerable progress in most areas of India’s political economy.
Issues of terrorism and global trade were much talked about, but disappointment was rife when Trump didn’t talk about Russia or back a climate change deal.
Bhat is said to have been the operational chief of the Hizbul Mujahideen in Kashmir.
Without functioning hand pumps or any government intervention, villagers are being forced to drink contaminated water, exposing them to skin infections and diseases.
Political leaders in Kerala and industry associations for buffalo meat exporters have slammed the move, saying that the move will destroy a sector that employs thousands of people.
The Sukhoi-30 jet had gone missing after taking off for a routine training sortie from the Tezpur Salonibari Air Force station in Assam on Tuesday.
China is under pressure by the US to apply more sanctions on North Korea, and quickly, as its missiles programme continues to grow.
Honour is essential to a professional army. But the top brass in Indian defence, at both the military and the ministry level, seem to have forgotten that.
The bridge, inaugurated by the prime minister on May 26, is the country’s longest, connecting the remotest parts of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
The court has also appointed advocate Zoheb Hossain to meet people who have been unable to avail ration benefits due to Aadhaar being made mandatory.
Publishers in India have written repeatedly to the International ISBN Agency to complain about the many problems they have been facing in obtaining ISBN numbers.
Even as Trump makes promises of international trade bringing back jobs and boosting the economy, he seems to be gambling a key element it rests upon: reputation.
Drawing inspiration from George Orwell’s 1984, Madhav Mathur’s satirical novel ‘Dvarca’ sets characters from Hindu epics in a dystopian world, where a totalitarian government controls every move.
Issues raised at the ninth edition of the homeland security meet included the use of AFSPA in peaceful areas and the existing gaps in the military equipment procurement policy.
While the Republican says that Trump could use a little “less drama”, he believes that Trump has disproved the party’s doubts about his ability to lead.
Changing governance structures is a slow, painstaking process that can’t be based on a ‘one-size-fits-all’ model.
Two senior police officers have been suspended and 30 have been arrested in connection with the violence.
The matter resurfaced after a news report of a voice recording of the minister in which he was found condoning the violence.
Since last June, members of the Monpa tribe have been restoring original names of native places from Sela Pass onwards through the Arunachal government’s Department of Karmik and Adyatmik Affairs.
A top army official said today that the assaults were carried out recently as Pakistani posts were supporting infiltration inside India.
A Sukhoi fighter jet went missing near Tezpur in Assam after losing its radar and radio contact.
The political vacuum in Tamil Nadu comes at a time when the divergence between the fundamental interests of the state and India are beginning to accelerate owing to demographic trends.
Major Leetul Gogoi was awarded the army’s ‘Commendation Card’ for his ‘sustained efforts’ in counter-insurgency operations.
Kenya’s progressive 2010 constitution brought improved women’s representation in parliament and public life. But historical prejudices remain, always more intensely apparent during elections.
In light of India’s disputes with Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, the decision to not nominate a member for the UN’s Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf may have significant strategic consequences.
A Delhi-based group of ‘concerned citizens’ calls for a peaceful Ramzan and a non-violent, dialogic solution to the prolonged Kashmir conflict.
Punitive population control measures will likely have an adverse impact on the state’s vulnerable groups – migrants, religious minorities and a blend of the two, migrants who are Bengali Muslims.
Citizens came out in large numbers to protest against the government’s corruption and the increasing gaps between the rich and poor.
An extract from Vivek Kaul’s ‘India’s Big Government: The Intrusive State and How It’s Hurting Us’.