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Government officials to give pointers for roadmap

After the Modi government has asked Central ministries and departments to begin work to prepare their list of achievements, sources revealed that all the bureaucrats will also prepare pointers on what

Ministries to compile government feats for jubilee

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pitch abroad, showcasing his government’s achievements on various foreign lands, it is time for domestic showcasing as the NDA government completes one year next m

‘ISI stoking terror in Valley’

Pakistan’s notorious ISI is trying to stoke unrest in the Kashmir Valley by pushing in terrorists, top intelligence agencies have warned the Union home ministry.

Government to review system of files rated as ‘secret’

Classification rules to change: powers will vest with joint secys

Centre may tweak secrets law

As the Narendra Modi government moved to declassify more files on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to unravel the “truth” behind his mysterious disappearance, the Centre intends to re-examine the definitio

Conversion law exists in 5 states

Five Indian states — Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Himachal Pradesh — currently have anti-conversion laws to prevent forced conversion.

Government orders review to declassify Netaji files

The NDA government has ordered a comprehensive review to declassify more files relating to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, a move that comes at a time when the kin of the freedom fighter met Prime Ministe

Chhattisgarh: It’s all-out war against Naxals

An all-out war against Naxals has been launched by the Central and state security forces in Chhattisgarh as the Maoists carried out their fourth successive strike in three days, killing four security

Rajnath Singh chairs meet to review Naxal strategy

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurating a branch of Oriental Bank of Commerce in Lucknow. (Photo: PTI)

Maoists strike again in Chhattisgarh, torch 17 trucks

When politics, business and media rivalry get mixed up in wildlife conservation, the consequence can be pretty bizarre.

When William Blake published his The Tyger in 1794, he carefully replaced the usual “i” of “Tiger” with a “y” in order to suggest the extraordinariness of the apocalyptic beast.