Bhushan complaint against CBI chief
The Delhi high court on Tuesday said that there was “nothing wrong” with the Delhi Development Authority regulation that bars a person, who already owns a flat or plot in Delhi, from applying for fla
There have been five incidents in the past two months when passengers flying on Air India flights created a nuisance on flights, including an incident on October 14 this year, in which an inebriated p
India and US on Tuesday agreed to explore the possibility of giving greater market access to agri products and continue engagement on visa issues.
Much-awaited draw of lots for the DDA Housing Scheme 2014 was finally conducted on Tuesday after being postponed thrice due to technical glitches.
Keeping in view Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent announcement on the merging of PIO and OCI schemes and other visa-related issues, the Union Cabinet will very soon consider a bill in this regard.
Durga Prasad is no longer the chief of the elite Special Protection Group, which guards Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed the Labour Law Amendment Bill 2011, which aims to simplify labour law procedures and also exempts from filing of returns.
Differences have cropped up in the Congress party, with former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit expressing her displeasure on being included in the party’s election committee for the upcoming Assem
Government is unlikely to prosecute the four youth upon their return