Jharkhand chief minister Raghubar Das is likely to start a radio address on the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann ki Baat – an idea which is expected to be emulated by other states as well.
While a BJP spokesperson distanced himself from Rawal’s comments, activists and opposition politicians have condemned his statements.
A Delhi-based group of ‘concerned citizens’ calls for a peaceful Ramzan and a non-violent, dialogic solution to the prolonged Kashmir conflict.
At least 300,000 unaccompanied and separated children were recorded in some 80 countries in the combined years of 2015 and 2016, up from 66,000 in 2010 and 2011, according to a UN report.
Maan Singh Khalsa, an Indian immigrant, was attacked last September in Richmond, California.
Two people have been arrested so far after mobs turned violent on believing rumours about child lifters.
Donald Trump avoided many of the missteps his critics feared, but he failed to acknowledge the presence of the country’s large Muslim population and its contribution to American society.
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.
The astronauts will venture outside to replace a computer that recently failed, leaving the space station to depend on a backup system.
The Republican healthcare bill seeks to overhaul the national healthcare system and cut more than $800 billion over the next ten years from Medicaid.
Melania Trump told the 200 female employees that she is trying to find balance between her role of first lady and mother.
The vault on the Svalbard archipelago seeks to safeguard the world’s food supplies from cataclysms such as nuclear war or disease in natural permafrost.
The protest aimed to voice their objections to policies advocated by Pence as part of the Trump administration and as governor, as well Trump’s travel ban.
Senior officials at several global funds that manage huge investments have stated that these problems could cause the destabilisation of the Indian economy.
What started off as an effort to inculcate a sense of belonging gave this Indonesian slum district new life.
Hundreds of demonstrators marched, chanting and waving banners reading “Temer Out!”
The overall number of cases of the haemorrhagic fever discovered since early May has risen to 37 from 29.
Thirty years ago today, India saw its worst-ever instance of custodial killings. But institutional impunity is yet to be answered for.
Jeremy Corbyn fails to appeal to this key demographic for a number of important reasons.
At a festival intertwined with France’s national identity, the tension of art, politics and commerce always looms.
Cancer researchers are deviating from mainstream approaches to cancer treatment to look for natural molecules capable of derailing cancer in its early stage.
Africa’s public schools have problems, but charter schools and academies can’t fix everything.
The families of those killed by the police in Hashimpura in 1987 have waited 30 years for justice, but all they have been promised so far is compensation.
Though the devastating WannaCry ransomware attack was a failure on the NSA’s part, current UN cyber norms are far too weak to hold any international actor – let alone the US – responsible.
Scientists are linking the emergence and extinction of the ostrich bird in the Indian subcontinent to continental shifts and climate change.
The pot shots US secretary of state Rex Tillerson and the Iranian leaders have taken at each other in the aftermath of the election suggest no improvement in ties can be expected.
Doing away with the study of musical theory and notation will simply entrench elitism in the music world.
Even though Solibacillus kalamii has not yet been found on Earth, it is really not an extraterrestrial lifeform, either.
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In the past all FBI directors, much like James Comey, have maintained memos. These become crucial evidence when studying decision making and efficacy.
The Common Law Admission Test is riddled with badly designed, erroneous questions, many of which have more than one correct answer.
The Sahitya Akademi Award winner’s latest murder mystery thrills while engaging with perceptions of queer sexuality in India, questions of class and caste, and the lives of sex workers in Mumbai.
Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA’s covert communications system.
Temer refused to resign till the incriminating recording was verified, despite a probe authorised by the Supreme Court into allegations that he took bribes.
This heart wrenchingly natural depiction of the tribulations of ordinary women comes as a much needed breath of fresh air.
Despite some issues, Chauhan’s characteristic use of Indian English, her fantastic sense of comedy and the research involved in the book makes it worth a read.
A mysterious kidney disease is striking down labourers across the world and climate change is making it worse.
President Trump has called on the new Iranian president to stop supporting activities creating instability in the Middle East.
Moon told a media briefing that he had appointed Kim Dong-yeon as deputy prime minister and finance minister, along with other ministers.
Cyber security researchers have said that they found technical evidence that could link North Korea with the global WannaCry “ransomware” cyber attack.