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Rail, power, roads to be prioritised

Even as the Modi government completes one year, the Prime Minister’s Office has already started working on the roadmap ahead.

Government plans 24x7 power supply for some cities

PM Modi speaks during an event to honor Indian poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)

Sources claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been personally monitoring the three core sectors of power, roads and railway and the PMO is constantly in touch with the ministries of railways,

India to US: ISI behind guesthouse hit in Kabul

In a significant move, Indian intelligence agencies have informed their US counterparts that the recent attack at a guesthouse in Kabul aimed at the Indian ambassador has been masterminded by Pakistan

Centre to change special cell mandate?

Taking serious note of the controversial alleged encounter of property dealer Manoj Vashishtha by the Delhi police special cell, the Centre is all set to change the mandate for the elite unit and it w

China dismissesIndia’s concern on Pak relations

China has tried to dispel India’s concerns over its growing economic and strategic interests with Pakistan, particularly related to some of the 51 projects that were finalised during the recent visit

Intelligence Bureau core team to track Dawood Ibrahim

Following the recent controversy over the government’s response in Parliament regarding the whereabouts of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, the Intelligence Bureau has now decided to constitute a core t

PMO works on industrial push in Maoist areas

Keeping in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s development agenda, the PMO is said to be working on an ambitious policy to give a major boost to industrialisation in Naxal-infested states like Ch

PM feels Naxal states’ potential not tapped

Top government sources said the PM is of the strong opinion that the actual potential of the Naxal-hit states is not being tapped to the maximum.

‘Dawood is in NWFP, but shifting constantly’

Though the government told Parliament Tuesday it was unaware of the precise location of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, the intelligence agencies have always maintained that India’s most wanted fugitiv

Dawood is scared of travelling to Middle East: Intel

The Union home ministry, in its dossier on Dawood given to its Pakistani counterparts in the past has even provided the transcripts of Dawood’s intercepted phone calls that confirmed his presence on t

Arvind Kejriwal’s transfor-mation from an anti-corruption advocate and street fighter to a shrewd hard-boiled politician is a remarkable Indian political phenomenon without parallel.

“Descartes was wrong: To simply be conscious is not to be; Our constant song Is ‘I must make a mark, acknowledge me!’ The mirrored face Is not sufficient evidence that we Are in the race