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On eve of Prime Minister’s visit, MHA halts IPS training in Japan

As Prime minister Narendra Modi embarks on his crucial visit to Japan later this month, there could be a possible glitch in the relations due to domestic coordination issues involving the ministry of

Sheila Diskhit resigns, new governors in four states

Sheila Dikshit at a press conference after resigning as Kerala governor in New Delhi on Tuesday. 	— PTI

Ex-chief minister to lead Congress in Delhi?

Kalyan Singh to be Rajasthan governor

 BJP National President Amit Shah seeks blessing of senior leader Kalyan Singh at a meeting of party workers in Lucknow. -PTI

Veteran BJP leader Kalyan Singh is set to take over as Rajasthan governor as the BJP government has finalised its list of four gubernatorial appointments for Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Karnataka and Goa.

Modi puts ‘saffron’ push on fast track

Hours after it pulled the plug on talks with Pakistan for meddling in the country’s internal affairs, the Narendra Modi government has put on fast gear its plans to launch a “saffron revolution” in Ja

Ministry of Home Affairs faces language trouble

A fresh clamour has begun for inclusion of more languages in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India.

Bharat Ratna medallion stock a ‘gift’ for NDA

The stock of new Bharat Ratna medallions deposited in the government treasury have turned out to be a gift left by the previous UPA regime for the Narendra Modi government.

Centre, Telangana spar on governor powers

The Centre and the Telangana government are at loggerheads over the Union home ministry’s directive to hand over the critical subject of law and order, among others, to the governor.

Kamla Beniwal got sack for loss to Gujarat?

Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel greets Governor Kamla Beniwal during her farewell ceremony in Gandhinagar -PTI

The Centre moved to sack Kamla Beniwal, who was named Mizoram governor only a month ago, mainly as she had caused the Gujarat government a loss of Rs 1,216 crores by sitting on legislation passed by

Government curative petition in Rajiv Gandhi killers’ case

Government curative petition  in Rajiv Gandhi killers’ case

Top government officials said that the Union home ministry had initially asked the law ministry to seek a joint review of all recent death row cases, involving 15 death row convicts, who were granted

Remote airstrips to boost tourism

Home minister Rajnath Singh is all set to take security and tourism hand in hand to make inroads for boosting economy and development in the country.

If elections come, can conspiracy theories be far behind? With bypolls around the corner, Uttar Pradesh is abuzz with talk of a sinister plot of young Hindu women being tricked into marriage by Muslim men, and made to convert to Islam. Over the past week there has been a flood of reports about “love jihad”.

Peace is at the best of times a tenuous proposition in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Even as the world hopes the new indefinite ceasefire that has brought 50 days of bloodshed to an end will last, the real causes of the conflict have been put to the side, rather than resolved.