Why would Adityanath meet a terror convict months before serial blasts in Muslim-dominated areas of Ajmer, Hyderabad and Malegaon?
The contentious clause allows establishments to discriminate against persons with disabilities if there is a “legitimate aim”.
The extradition request has been certified by Britain’s secretary of state and will not be sent to a district judge for consideration.
In the 23rd episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about Uma Bharti’s comment on VIP culture and Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad’s assault on airline employee.
The need for strict measures to maintain stability in the country as a whole – and in Xinjiang and other ethnic minority areas in particular – was reasserted
Far from ensuring that your identity information is secure, the government is selling it (or is, at least, authorised to sell it) to anyone who has your number and cares to pay the fees.
In The Poison of Love, K.R. Meera seems to symmetrise political, religious and domestic violence as equally inscriptive on the body of the woman.
Despite all the talk around river pollution, very little is being done to tackle or even monitor the poor quality of water in our rivers and the effluents flowing into them.
The obvious flashpoint was the DRS controversy in Bengaluru which saw both captains, Steve Smith and Virat Kohli, fail to keep up their best behaviour.
Above all, ‘Phillauri’ is a film about love, about its transformative powers, about the hope that it’ll be eternal.
It will probably take more than 10 years for these institutes to even register on the Indian research landscape. For them to become global players will require much more.
Solidarity Grows for Maharashtra’s Agitating Doctors Ahead of Meet With Fadnavis Over Security Issues
Doctors across Maharashtra and in other places have been on strike, protesting against the lack of security in hospitals and attacks on medical professionals.
The policy has proposed institutional reform, and steps to improve and upgrade the quality of services. But there is no correlation between the ambition targets and the public investment proposed.
It’s inexcusable that India’s states continue to function without crowd-control procedures in place and make decisions by the seat of their pants.
With an ageing population and a falling birth rate, the Nordic nation could benefit from refugees or immigrants. Instead, a recent wave of racism is driving many out.
Hundreds of demonstrators turned out in Washington, Chicago and Los Angeles marking the seventh anniversary of enactment of Obamacare.
The president apparently wants to put the US on a permanent war footing to sustain his unpopular presidency.
The UN and rights groups have accused the Sri Lankan military of killing thousands of civilians, mostly Tamils, during the final weeks of the civil war.
For the first time, the Nehruvian order is facing an existential challenge. It can be met – as it must be – but only by a morally superior politics.
Four cables issued by Tillerson over two weeks provide insight into how US government is implementing “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the US.
On March 20, the ABVP disrupted a seminar at a college in Bareilly, alleging that retired BHU professor Chauthi Ram Yadav had made controversial remarks about the RSS.
The attack was the deadliest in UK since 2005, when 52 people were killed by Islamist suicide bombers on London’s public transport system.
The Orissa high court had granted compensation to a prisoner who had been kept in custody despite his acquittal, but the Supreme Court has set this order aside.
The controversy is the biggest crisis to face Abe since he returned to office in 2012 for a rare second term, eroding his support rating.
It seems like the government is using this move to make sure children are forcefully enrolled under Aadhaar, as it has no positive effects on the mid-day meal scheme.
In the current Lok Sabha, 18% of Adityanath’s debates have focussed on Hindu issues, including cow slaughter, enforcing a uniform civil code and protection of Hindu pilgrims.
It was not clear late on Thursday evening that Trump and the Republican leaders who crafted the Bill had enough support to pass it, meaning they now risk defeat in their first attempt at major legislation.
Linking Aadhaar to nearly everything creates a “map of maps” that is vulnerable at multiple points.
Anasuya’s article looked at the impact of making educational qualification a requirement for panchayat elections on rural women.
The study focuses on rural Bhaluka in Bangladesh, where the government is looking to pilot an innovative local service for sludge management.
A look at member states’ considerations, candidates plans for the future of global public health management and contemporary issues for the WHO.
In Pakistan, as in Kashmir, one finds brief moments of happiness amidst political uncertainty and grave injustice.
The MEA responded to the outgoing Pakistan envoy’s remarks saying they were not in keeping with diplomatic niceties.
Chief secretaries of ten drought affected states have been asked to explain the steps taken for setting up of food commissions and implementation of the National Food Security Act.
‘The sword of revolution is sharpened on the whetting-stone of ideas,’ Bhagat Singh once said. And he proved that with the few masterpieces his brief but legendary life allowed him to pen.
Owning a desi cow breed could enable farmers to cut most agriculture costs and also earn money from cow-based products, saving them from debt.
The researchers have now set their sights on developing software to calculate optimum fertiliser amounts for crop fields given other cultivation parameters.
With the Delhi police rubbishing the claims about Najeeb Ahmed made by a national daily, the practice of using anonymous sources to make accusations has come under fire.
Scientists discover a growing fault line in the “neck” region of the duck-shaped comet.
There are numerous cases that highlight the extent to which implicit caste biases creep into Indian courts.