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No sanction yet to try government servants in coal scam: CBI to court

The case pertains to alleged irregularities in allocation of coal block in Rampia in Odisha to Navbharat Power Pvt Ltd (NPPL)

CBI said that relevant case records were sent to the competent authority for permissions

PMO seeks report on Air India flight delays over VIP culture

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis (Photo PTI)

Passengers were offloaded from Leh-Delhi Air India flight to accommodate Kiren Rijiju

Maharashtra Government de-recognises madrasas, says they don't give formal education

(Photo: AP)

According to official statistics, there are about 1,889 madrasas in Maharashtra

38 killed as rains set off landslides in Darjeeling

A man searches for bodies of those killed in a landslide at Tingling village in North Bengal on Wednesday. (Photo: AFP)

At least 38 people were killed in landslides triggered by incessant overnight rains in Darjeeling district in the past 24 hours, swamping homes, washing away highways and throwing normal life out of g

Huge row as Jawaharlal Nehru’s Wikipedia entry altered from government IP

An angry Congress Party on Wednesday accused the BJP and the Narendra Modi government of using “gutter-level tactics” to malign the family of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru by altering Nehru’s

PM Modi calls for shift to ‘M-governance’

PM Modi awards a woman with laptop & certificate for working on 'digital inclusion' during launch of Digital India Week — PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while launching Digital India, called upon technocrats to brace up for threat of “bloodless war” and come up with solutions for cyber security.

Sushma Swaraj gets flak again in Lalitgate row

Swaraj Kaushal

The Narendra Modi government and top BJP leaders seem to be running out of explanations as the Lalit Modi mess keeps shifting from one minister to another.

It was on June 26, 1975, that the Emergency was declared in the country.

The declaration of a state of Emergency in India forty years ago is a matter of debate even now.