Why would Adityanath meet a terror convict months before serial blasts in Muslim-dominated areas of Ajmer, Hyderabad and Malegaon?
Anasuya’s article looked at the impact of making educational qualification a requirement for panchayat elections on rural women.
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.
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.
Sandhya Ravishankar has been receiving threats and abusive messages ever since she published a four-part exposé on the sand mafia in The Wire.
By making “insidious” changes to the system, the rural development ministry is trying to curb workers’ rights, says People’s Action for Employment Guarantee.
The president of the Nikhil Bharat Bengali Udbastu Samannay Samiti allegedly inspired a mob with hate speech to attack the All Assam Students Union office on March 6.
The BJP had said it would take “stern steps to close down all illegal slaughterhouses besides banning mechanised slaughterhouses” if it came to power.
According to a UGC statement, the letter received by JNU was a forgery and the commission has no plans to cut funding for such centres.
If there are broader policy issues which have regional ramifications, there should be space for consultation, says Baburam Bhattarai
Rawat fought and won the assembly election from the Doiwala constituency in Dehradun district.
Several universities were running such UGC-funded research centres that were set up under the 11th five-year plan and renewed under the 12th plan.
Nazim Ali Nizami and his elder brother Asif Ali Nizami have been untraceable since Wednesday.
Ever since the series came out, Sandhya Ravishankar says she has been harassed by online trolls and on the phone, receiving multiple threats of violence.
The CAG recently pulled up Union environment ministry for allowing ‘procedural deficiencies’ in granting clearances.
The court was responding to a plea filed by the Congress, which argued that governor Mridula Sinha’s invitation to the BJP to form government was “illegal”.
It remains to be seen whether the consumer affairs ministry plans on levying a nominal fee or issuing a public statement that criticises the companies’ actions.
After months of recriminations over clashes in Kashmir, India is set to participate in the meeting of Permanent Indus Commission on Pakistan’s invitation in Lahore this month.
In the fifteenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about biased media coverage of elections and the central government’s much hyped ‘Smart Cities’ project.
References for the Maharaja Sayajirao University diary came from the books of RSS ideologue Dinanath Batra, officials said.
In the women’s day special episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the global gender wage gap and union minister Maneka Gandhi’s comment on curfew timing for women in hostels.
The workshop at Maharaja Sayajirao University, to be conducted by professor Ghanshyam Shah, was supposed to be about the politics of caste and social movements.
Two separate incidents of violence against CPI(M) workers in Kerala were reported hours after an attack on an RSS office.
Reports say Delhi police likely to take the view that sedition charge against Kanhaiya Kumar will not hold.
In the eleventh episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the march against ABVP in Delhi University and Varun Gandhi’s ‘Right to recall’ Bill.
In the tenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the racial attack on two Indians in Kansas and Shobhaa De’s tweet about a policeman.
Emails sent by the faculty council reveal that the resignations of those who signed the petition may not be independent decisions, as the administration has claimed.
A look at why the Hall of Nations and Nehru Pavilion in Pragati Maidan are historically and architecturally important.
In the ninth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about those trolling Gurmeher Kaur and Arun Jaitley’s speech on the limits to freedom of expression.
In the eight episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the violence in Ramjas College and the material losses created by demonetisation.
In the seventh episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about nepotism in politics and the cases of Vijay Mallya and arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari absconding abroad.
In the sixth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about how stent equipment got cheaper and the Lal Shahbaz mosque in Pakistan.
In the fifth episode of Jan Ki Baat, talk about the prime minister’s recent remarks and the incident at Jodhpur university.
India’s response came after the 28/11 mastermind was added to the fourth schedule of Pakistan’s Anti-Terrorism Act, placing limits on his movement.
Patanjali Yogpeeth, Baba Ramdev’s flagship project, is one of India’s largest yoga institutes. Its purpose is to practise, research and develop yoga and ayurveda, as well as manufacture ayurvedic medicines.
In the fourth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about media’s India, the BJP IT cell and ISI’s spying racket.
FTII says that Gurvinder Singh violated the shooting norms given to him, while Singh says this comes in the wake of his support of a suspended student.
In the third episode, Vinod Dua talks about ISRO’s recent achievement and the ‘remonetise India’ drive.
The Wire takes you through the history of elections, party politics and power shifts in Uttarakhand.
In the second episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the criminalisation of politics and paid news.