Two years have lapsed since the present RTI appeal on the N. N. Vohra panel findings was filed. The application still seems to be going around in circles.
The ownership and implementation shortcomings of the digital tax network have persisted for much longer, and go much deeper, than the finance minister would care to admit.
The regulatory spat between the DGCA and MHA is good for the future of drones in India, leading, as it hopefully will, to a holistic framework and not a blinkered approach.
The merger of the NCRB and the Bureau of Police Research and Development seems like an attempt to gain more control over security-related data.
The imam said he fully understood and accepted the decision to prosecute him and the episode was a “priceless lesson” for him.
As the second round of tripartite talks failed to put an end to the over three-month-long economic blockade, a look at the lives of the people who are most impacted.
Several civil rights groups have slammed the Centre for cancelling the FCRA licence of 25 NGOs and have said that by doing so the government has undermined India’s global reputation on human rights.
While the ministry provided information on a query on phone tapping five years ago, it refused to disclose facts when an application seeking the same information was filed last month.
Giving a point-by-point rebuttal to the charges levelled against it, the Lawyers Collective said all foreign contribution received by it “were spent for the purposes received and accounted for”.
Intelligence agents from Punjab have stated that Canadian Sikh Hardeep Nijjar has taken over operations of the KTF and is gathering young Sikh fighters to carry out the attacks
“If we find their research proposal appropriate, non-controversial and beneficial to India, then only the applicant will be given a visa,” a senior MHA official says.