No permission to AAP's protest march to PM's residence: Delhi Police

8 hours, 2

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) protest march from Mandi House to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence was stopped at Parliament street on Sunday. The Delhi police said that the party had not received permission for the march. The march which began around 5 pm was in support of Delhi C...

PM Narendra Modi chairs NITI Aayog meet, shares vision ‘New India-2022’

9 hours, 5

Listing out the challenges that lay ahead of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discussed measures to double farmers’ income and the progress of government’s flagship schemes like Ayushman Bharat, National Nutrition Mission and Mission Indradhanush. Addressing the fourth meeting of Nit...

MP: 65,000 BJP cyber warriors set to take on 4,000 'Rajiv Ke Sipahi'

13 hours, 3

Nearly 65,000 'cyber warriors' of the BJP are all set to take on 'Rajiv Ke Sipahi' of the Congress in cyber space to woo young voters on social media platforms in the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls. The BJP's state information technology (IT) cell in-charge, Shivraj Singh Dabi, said about...

UK excludes India from new list of 'low risk' countries with relaxed student visa...

2 days, 29

The UK government’s decision to exclude India from a new list of countries considered “low risk”, which facilitates an easier visa application process to country’s universities, has invited backlash from Indian students who will now be subjected to intense scrutiny. As part of changes made in the...

Nobody can touch me at least till Lok Sabha polls: Kumaraswamy

2 days, 2

Bengaluru: As questions over the longevity of the Congress-JD(S) coalition government in Karnataka lingered, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy today said no one can 'touch' him at least till the 2019 Lok Sabha polls are over. "This coalition government will function with stability. I know, no one ca...

Delhi officers not on strike, being used for political reasons: IAS body

16 hours, 3

New Delhi: Asserting that they were 'being used for political ends', IAS officers on Sunday said on Sunday that they were not in strike in Delhi as claimed by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. They also said that all files were being moved and that they were feeling frightened and victimised. "I wo...