10 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh among other dignitaries graced the occasion of Jagran Forum, an initiative organized by world's largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran at Hotel Taj Palace in New Delhi. The theme of forum was inclusive democracy in contemporary context.
30 Jan 2016
Panaji: Goa Deputy Speaker Vishnu Surya Wagh today said tolerance levels of the ruling party towards the views of the Opposition in the state assembly have diminished considerably over a period of time.
08 Feb 2016
Boston: Amid brutal beheadings of western hostages by the IS, Republican Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump yesterday called for tougher measures against terrorists asserting that if elected he would support the controversial 'waterboarding' technique for interrogation of suspects.
06 Feb 2016
New Delhi: BJP was hopeful of increasing its tally of seats in Tamil Nadu Assembly polls, senior leader and Union Minister Piyush Goyal said as the party was exploring the possibility of a tie-up with smaller parties for the electoral battle.
04 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Sena leader Amit Ghoda was facing an uphill task to retain the Palghar (ST) Assembly seat, which was witnessing a five-cornered contest.
25 Jan 2016
Panaji: Even as media reports claimed that the suspected ISIS members arrested in the recent nationwide NIA crackdown had revealed their plot to attack Goa, the state police today said they were yet to receive any formal communication in this regard.
10 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Making a strong pitch for people's participation in the journey of India's development and democracy, Prime Minister Modi said at the Jagran Forum of world's most read newspaper Dainik Jagran that the first thing is to have faith in the people and their strengths.
20 Jan 2016
Panaji: The Carnivals committees from Liverpool in United Kingdom and Cape Town in South Africa will extend their expertise to the Goa Carnival to be held from February 6 to 10 across the state.
11 Dec 2015
New Delhi: The Samajwadi Party is not thinking of forging alliance with any party 'as of now' for the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly polls, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said here, days after he suggested possibility of his party's tie-up with Congress.
10 Dec 2015
New Delhi: In what appears to be a big announcement regarding alliance in the politically crucial state of Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said the Samajwadi Party will make no tie-up with any party in the 2017 Assembly polls in the state.