In a bid to tide over a fresh constitutional crisis in Andhra Pradesh, the Union home ministry has asked governor E.S.L.
Top MHA officials said that the state Assembly can be dissolved and President’s Rule re-imposed, which will give the Central government a breather of two months, by which time the new Lok Sabha will b
As more than one lakh troops of the CRPF and other Central armed police forces spread themselves thin to successfully make way for the biggest polling exercise in any democracy in the world beginning
To break any logjam that may arise out of the deadline for the ratification of the President’s Rule in Andhra Pradesh by Parliament expiring April 30, the Union home ministry has chalked out four diff
The ministry of home affairs has begun sifting through Aam Aadmi Party’s bank accounts to probe foreign funding charges.
India is set to corner Pakistan as evidence mounts of the banned Indian Mujahideen getting direct patronage and help in that country.
The Union home ministry has decided to challenge the Election Commission’s decision to give voting rights to the children of the Tibetan refugees after the security agencies red-flagged the issue, cit
The countdown to a new government has begun with the Cabinet secretary writing to all Central ministries and departments asking them to prepare a list of pending proposals and decisions to put up befo
With former Bollywood actress Nagma entering the poll fray from Meerut, the otherwise traditional parliamentary seat which has voted on communal lines and mostly sent back BJP candidates to the Lok Sa
It is no longer the communal divide that is solely at play in western Uttar Pradesh, particularly riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls.