Taking forward the process of reforms in education, the government wants to change the question pattern in examinations at school level to give more focus on testing the intelligence of children, HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said on Wednesday.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday said that countries like India are emerging as major contributors to global development efforts which has emerged as a key foreign policy tool. “New countries
A local court today reserved till Friday its order on the anticipatory bail sought by former DGP SPS Rathore following registration of two fresh FIRs levelling serious criminal charges against him in a teenaged girl`s molestation case.
Union Cabinet to clear Rs 6,000 crore project........ An innovative programme National Knowledge Network (NKN) with an estimated cost of 6000 crores an ambitious project to connect with gigabit capabilities to connect all Uni
The Union Government is promulgating an ordinance to allow unhindered construction of the Commonwealth Games and Metro Rail projects in the vicinity of the protected archaeological monuments in Delhi. The ordina
Karnataka government has offered to set up a Japanese village, or an industrial hub exclusively for Japanese companies, on 1,000 acres of land in Tumkur district, 60 km from capital city Bangalore. The move, announced by V.P. Baligar, prin
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said modern technology and professional management practices should be introduced to preserve the country`s vast historical and archaeological treasures and cultural heritage. He was speaking after
You may get justice at your doorsteps, literally. A court-on-wheels -- perhaps the first-of-its kind -- is being launched in Maharashtra to reduce the number of pending cases. The mobile van will travel to districts and camp for on
Law graduates will have to pass a test before they can become practising lawyers, if a Government proposal on legal reforms is implemented. According to a Law Ministry blueprint on Legal Reforms approved by the Union Cabinet, "
The year 2009 saw 59 tigers falling prey to poaching and man-animal conflicts, the highest figure in the past three years. A government report also showed that 17 tiger reserves in the country are under population depletion threat.