17 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Political parties have failed to arrive at an agreement on a Law Commission recommendation making it mandatory to disclose donations less than Rs 20,000 if the total amount exceeds Rs 20 crore.
24 Apr 2015
Mumbai: With an aim to check the bogus polling, the Maharashtra electoral office has started an aggressive drive to link people's Aadhaar cards with their voter identity cards.
23 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Election Commission on Monday opposed the idea of state funding of elections saying unless "radical reforms" are carried out in electoral campaign and political finance, it should not be allowed.
19 Apr 2015
Washington: India has expressed deep disappointment over the non-implementation of IMF quota and governance reforms that would give it a greater say in the global crisis lender, matching the country's growing economic might.
17 Apr 2015
Toronto: Inviting Canadian companies to invest in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has told them that his government is fast-moving on reforms and has already opened up sectors like railways, insurance and housing.
10 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Prominent persons from various walks of life have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring about police reforms to end "executive stranglehold" over it and enable its transformation from a "ruler's police" into "people's police".
10 Apr 2015
Washington: Ahead of the next week's IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, IMF chief Christine Lagarde on Thursday described India as "growth bright spot" and said New Delhi should focus on labour and product market reforms.
11 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Seven candidates out of 19 contesting by-elections for two assembly seats scheduled for Saturday, have criminal cases pending against them with five of them facing serious charges, a study released by Association for Democratic Reforms said on Friday.
20 Mar 2015
Washington: US President Barack Obama has called Benjamin Netanyahu and congratulated him on his electoral victory, days after a poll campaign that witnessed provocative statements from the hawkish Israeli Prime Minister that strained ties between them.
02 Jan 2014
Port Louis: Mauritian Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam has virtually rejected the electoral system recommended by the UN, and said "reforms must unite, not divide" the people.