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Government unlikely to bring Sec 66 back

The government is unlikely to bring back any rules that even remotely represent the now-struck-down Section 66 of the Information Technology Act, after the Supreme Court had directed the government to

Government unlikely to bring Sec 66 back

Ease of doing business: Commerce min to approach other ministries

The commerce ministry will soon approach various ministries to further improve the ease of doing businesses and the competitiveness of exporters, as it desperately seeks to find ways to boost exports

Ease of doing business: Commerce min to approach other ministries

PM Narendra Modi stresses importance of Ayurveda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday stressed the importance of addressing the issues of safety, quality and rational use of Ayurveda.

PM Narendra Modi stresses importance of Ayurveda

Budget may offer incentives for solar power plants

Kant has suggested fiscal and non-fiscal measures to prop up solar projects and create an effective eco-system for making solar power a sustainable source of energy.

Budget may offer incentives for solar power plants

Stormy start to new FTII chairman’s debut meeting

The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Society, the topmost governing body of the FTII, had its first meeting at the campus with students protesting against FTII chairman Gajendra Chauhan,

Stormy start to new FTII chairman’s debut meeting

‘Ek Bharat, Shresht Bharat’ to strengthen unity, says PM Narendra Modi in Mann Ki Baat

In the backdrop of a raging debate over the rise in acts of intolerance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said he wants to give the "Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat" motto the contours of a scheme and hope

‘Ek Bharat, Shresht Bharat’ to strengthen unity, says PM Narendra Modi in Mann Ki Baat

‘Black Friday’ protest of police shooting hits downtown Chicago

On one of the busiest U.S. retails days, thousands of people took to Chicago's most prestigious downtown shopping district on Friday to protest last year's shooting death of a black teenager by a whit

‘Black Friday’ protest of police shooting hits downtown Chicago

Africa meet: Leaders harp on stronger trade ties, terrorism

Besides boosting trade and investment, particularly in the oil and gas sector, UN reforms and terrorism dominated the agenda of bilateral discussions when Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with

Africa meet: Leaders harp on stronger trade ties, terrorism

Weak finances may lead to deferment of OROP scheme

The Centre’s weak finances may force it to defer the implementation of the One Rank, One Pension (OROP) scheme for the armed forces to the next fiscal year, sources said.

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‘We must respect sentiments of all sections of society. That is why we can’t generalise ’

Minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju says consensus is the best way to approach contentious issues such as nation-wide ban on cow slaughter, sees nothing wrong in IAF being deployed against Naxals,

‘We must respect sentiments of all sections of society. That is why we can’t generalise ’

Congress to oppose GST Bill in next session of Parliament, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said on Friday his party will continue with its confrontationist attitude both in Parliament and outside it in coming days.

Congress to oppose GST Bill in next session of Parliament, says Rahul Gandhi

Cabinet nod for changes in central OBC list

The Cabinet on Wednesday approved amendments to the central list of other backward classes (OBCs) for two states—Gujarat and Uttarakhand...

Cabinet nod for changes in central OBC list

SC rejects Yakub Memon’s plea against execution

Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed 1993 Mumbai blasts’ sole death convict Yakub Memon’s plea to save him from execution...

SC rejects Yakub Memon’s plea against execution

India flags US visa, trade issues at high-level meet

New Delhi has proposed the setting up of a bilateral high-level group to discuss with Washington its concerns on the long-pending issue of US “visa restrictions” affecting the easy movement of Ind

India flags US visa, trade issues at high-level meet

Kerala may go slow on Adani port project

Kerala is once again poised to lose momentum in implementing the Vizhinjam international seaport project as the letter awarding the contract for developing the Rs 7,525-crore port to Adani Group is ye

Kerala may go slow on Adani port project

Vyapam deaths: Supreme Court to hear pleas seeking CBI probe

The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear public interest litigations seeking apex court-monitored CBI probe into the Vyapam scam that has rocked the Madhya Pradesh government.

Vyapam deaths: Supreme Court to hear pleas seeking CBI probe

Investors raise tax concerns at Arun Jaitley’s roadshow in United States

Uncertainties in the tax regime were one of the key issues raised by investors with finance minister Arun Jaitley during his eight-day roadshow in the US last month.

Investors raise tax concerns at Arun Jaitley’s roadshow in United States

J Jayalalithaa wins bypoll by huge margin

Asserting her supremacy, Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday recorded a lanslide victory in the by-election with a margin of 1,50,722 votes, defeating nearest CPI rival C Mahendran. Ma

J Jayalalithaa wins bypoll by huge margin

Adani Power among final bidders for transmission projects

Adani Power and Sterlite Grid submitted bids for the final round of bidding for all three tranmission projects worth over Rs 3,600 crore.

Adani Power among final bidders for transmission projects

Delhi court to hear complaint against Smriti Irani on August 28

A Delhi court on Wednesday took cognizance of a complaint alleging that HRD minister Smriti Irani had given “false information” about her educational qualification to the Election Commission (EC).

Delhi court to hear complaint against Smriti Irani on August 28

Karnataka moves Supreme Court against J Jayalalithaa acquittal in assets case

The Karnataka government on Tuesday approached the Supreme Court against the state high court's decision to acquit Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case.

Karnataka moves Supreme Court against J Jayalalithaa acquittal in assets case

Govt invests Rs 80 cr to upgrade FTII

The FTII is in the midst of upgrading infrastructure, equipment and syllabus and the government is investing Rs 80 crore in upgrading the institute, D J Narain said.

Govt invests Rs 80 cr to upgrade FTII

Former Odisha CM Giridhar Gamang joins BJP

Senior Congress leader and former Union telecom minister Giridhar Gamang has formally joined the BJP.

Former Odisha CM Giridhar Gamang joins BJP

Pacific Alliance nations seek greater trade with India

An economic partnership with the Pacific Alliance, a grouping of Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia, will benefit both parties, outgoing ambassador of Peru to India, Javier Paulinch Verlade, told FE.

Pacific Alliance nations seek greater trade with India

Marans fail to get relief from High Court over Rs 742 cr asset attachment by ED

The Madras High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition filed by Kalanithi Maran-promoted Sun TV Network against an enforcement directorate (ED) order that had attached the company’s Rs 742- crore a

Marans fail to get relief from High Court over Rs 742 cr asset attachment by ED

Supreme Court refuses to stay HC order on Delhi govt

Without staying the Delhi High Court’s observations calling the Centre’s May 21 notification ‘suspect’, the Supreme Court on Friday told the government that the remarks made were only ‘tenta

Supreme Court refuses to stay HC order on Delhi govt

Aadhaar must to plug leakages in schemes, govt tells SC

Indicating continuation of the process of enrolling citizens for Aadhaar cards under the initiative launched by the previous UPA government...

Aadhaar card News
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