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PDP stokes fresh row, seeks Afzal Mufti’s remains

Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru (Photo: PTI/File)

8 MLAs’ statement before House vote

AAP set to crack whip on YogendraYadav, Prashant Bhushan

Yogendra Yadav

Face axe for bid to remove Kejriwal as convenor

Amid uproar, Rajnath Singh says government opposed to Mufti’s line

Home Minister Rajnath Singh speaks in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi. (Photo: AP)

The Centre distanced itself on Monday from controversial remarks by Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed, who credited Pakistan, the Hurriyat and militants for peaceful Assembly poll

Mufti Muhammad Sayeed sticks to stand on Pakistan, Hurriyat, militants

PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed (Photo: PTI)

J&K chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed Monday stood by his statement that the Hurriyat, militants and Pakistan had helped in creating a conducive atmosphere for holding the peaceful Assembly polls i

In another first, PM Modi lunches at parliament canteen

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing at the 25th Foundation Day of Nasscom in New Delhi. (Photo: AP)

Taking the staff and MPs lunching there by surprise, Prime Minister Narendra Modi walked into the first-floor Parliament House canteen around 1.15 pm Monday with no fanfare and sat down at a table wit

Government brings bill in Lok Sabha to replace coal ordinance

The government Monday introduced a bill to replace an ordinance brought to overcome the uncertainty in the coal sector after the Supreme Court cancelled the allocation of coal blocks.

Mufti Muhammad Sayeed sworn in as CM; BJP enters Jammu and Kashmir

PM Modi greets PDP’s Mufti Muhammad Sayeed after the latter was sworn in as chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir—(Photo: AP)

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron Mufti Muhammad Sayeed was sworn in as the chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir in a ceremony held in winter capital Jammu on Sunday.

Bills to replace ordinances this week

With the Budget exercises getting over smoothly, the Budget Session of Parliament gets into its second and crucial week beginning Monday, with a showdown between the BJP-led government and the Opposit

Window for black money holders

The government on Sunday disclosed that it will offer a “window” to Indians holding black money in foreign bank accounts to come clean but categorically ruled out any amnesty scheme for them.

Listening to Suresh Prabhu presenting the Railway Budget, I wondered whether he was really promising to bring back the halcyon days of luxury on the rails. But no, he can’t and won’t.

There always comes a time when you have to heed Jesus who said: “Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s.” So this time I will render unto the finance m