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The outfit had taken birth to give shape to commom person`s aspiration but what transpired on Saturday morning does not make any sense to aam aadmi, looking for an alternative to Indian political c
Indian railways is looking at private investment not privatisation, said Manoj Sinha, minister of state for railways while delivering the keynote address at `Rail Budget: Reforms & Governance&r
The railway ministry wants people travel in trains out of willingness and not out of compulsion, Manoj Sinha, MoS, has said. Talking about efforts made by the Indian railways to ensure safe and com
The union cabinet has approved e-kranti, the second phase of national e-governance plan (NeGP). The objectives of NeGP 2.0 include, redefining NeGP with transformational and outcome
The government is happy that it made a killing by selling spectrum. The spectrum was sold at about 68 per cent premium, at Rs 1,09,874.91 crore ($17.6 billion) and the telecom companies borrowed he
Insurance sector is looking for bonanza with foreign inflows of about $4 billion in near future. This follows the passage of insurance bill in parliament that allows foreign investment in the
After some intelligent tracking and investigation based on mobile phone call records, the West Bengal police on Thursday made the first breakthrough in the Ranaghat nun gang rape case by arresting
The Midas List of Forbes magazine, that seeks to recognize successful venture capitalists, has 11 Indian-American investors. The roll call of honour features those who make big, early bets on the l
Tirumala, the hill town in Tirupati metropolitan area, is considered to be the only place in India that is treating more than 80 percent of the sewage, and has set a target to reach 100 percent.
The March 21 verdict exonerating the 16 policemen accused of killing 40 Muslims in Hashimpura, Meerut, on May 22, 1987, forms a pattern. One that reaffirms the state’s inalienable right
Union minister of communications and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that his ministry has approved open source software policy. The minister said that from now use of open source s
Five years of right to education act and nothing seems have changed. Education still remains a distant dream for children across the country while high drop-outs and low quality of education are ma
The day the supreme court scrapped section 66A of the Information Technology (IT) Act giving us the freedom to post anything on social media without any fear, prime minister Narendra Modi’s l
Former prime minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court against the order of a trial court that has summoned him as accused in a coal scam case. Similarly, industrialist Kumar Man
To make Indians employable, the government will come out with a policy on skill development in next three months and also decided to house skill development university in Raipur, Chhattisgarh.