Indicating the possible plight of the party leaders, including former ministers, continue to desert the Congress ship. Former Congress Union minister, D.
The Centre on Thursday justified before the apex court that its decision not to dissolve the Delhi Assembly after the resignation of Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister was taken in “public interest” as
Congress leader Raj Babbar on Thursday accused Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi of practising self-centred politics and adopting an attitude of “my way or highway.”
The Delhi government’s anti-corruption branch on Wednesday arrested seven government officials, who were caught red-handed taking bribes, and registered six cases against them under various sections o
In an attempt to ensure error-free and customer-friendly filing of data, the Election Commission for the first time has introduced e-filing of affidavits by candidates for the Lok Sabha and Assembly p
The Delhi high court on Thursday ordered the city government to conduct a fresh draw of lots “for all the seats” in nursery school admission and not just those which were vacated after scrapping of in
Congress spokesperson Shashi Tharoor, welcoming the AAP’s exposure of the Modi government in Gujarat, said: “If AAP, a voice other than Congress, has been showing the deficiencies of Gujarat, exposing
With electioneering set to reach a feverish pitch in the days to come, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi seems to have received a shot in the arm from the most unexpected quarters, the Bur
Works by Pulitzer Prize-winning Indian-origin American novelist Jhumpa Lahiri and Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto figure in the 20-book longlist for this year’s Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction.
The ministry of defence (MoD) is keen to recover the money paid as commission to an intermediary in a contract allegedly by UK-based company Rolls-Royce, with speculation rife that the amount could be