18 Aug 2015
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said though Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks of cooperative federalism, he behaves in just the opposite manner by insulting the states.
09 Aug 2015
Patna: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Gaya, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today took a jibe at his government, saying the Centre responds and acts only on networking site Twitter.
13 Oct 2012
The Centre has asked state governments to amend their respective State Cooperative Society Act in tune with the Constitution (97th Amendment), 2011 before February 14 next year.
07 Dec 2014
Kolkata: After having made themselves scarce for more than a year in West Bengal, Ponzi schemes seem to be back in business in the state under a new garb, that of the 'multi-state cooperative society'.
29 Jun 2015
Patna: Expelled Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav today hit back at Lalu Prasad for calling him 'Mir Jafar and Jai Chand' and said his former mentor acted like 'Duryodhan' and 'Kansh' for the Yadav caste.
16 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Buying a house may soon become costlier in the national capital as the AAP government is contemplating to increase circle rate for flats of group housing societies and DDA by around 100 percent.
24 Apr 2015
New Delhi: A bill to repeal 758 Appropriation Acts which have lost relevance and are clogging the statute books was introduced in the Lok Sabha on Friday by the government amid its keenness to weed out obsolete laws.
28 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Days after Pakistani flags were displayed in Kashmir by some separatists, the government on Tuesday asserted in Lok Sabha that it will not allow anti-national activities even as it expressed readiness to have dialogue with those who eschew violence.
09 Apr 2015
Bengaluru: Following untimely injuries to Mitchell Starc and Adam Milne, Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Varun Aaron is ready to step up and believes that the extra responsibility would act as motivation.
09 Apr 2015
New Delhi: In a tough action, the Government on Thursday barred Greenpeace India from receiving foreign funds with immediate effect by suspending its licence for six months and froze all its accounts, alleging it has "prejudicially" affected the country's public and economic interests.