23 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Winter session of Parliament beginning on Monday is expected to generate heat with government planning to push an ambitious economic agenda undeterred by resistance from a section of the Opposition.
29 Oct 2014
New Delhi: CPI-M general secretary Prakash Karat on Wednesday said the government was trying to change the character of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGS) and his party would launch a protest against it.
04 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and JD(U) President Sharad Yadav will campaign for INLD candidates in Haryana in the forthcoming Assembly elections due on October 15.
31 Oct 2014
New Delhi/Kolkata: Attacking the government for trying 'privatise the coal sector, coal unions on Friday announced a day-long strike on November 24 demanding scrapping of the move and stopping further divestment of the state-run Coal India Limited (CIL).
06 Oct 2014
Jind (Haryana): Union Minister Sushma Swaraj promised if voted to power in Haryana, BJP will provide Rs 2,000 pension to senior citizens and widows, stipend for unemployed youths and security guards in every bus for women safety.
18 Oct 2014
New Delhi: On the eve of counting of votes in Maharashtra and Haryana, Congress leaders appear resigned to the party's fate in the Assembly polls giving more than ample hints that it was unlikely to return to power in the two states.
11 Oct 2014
Bhiwani: Accusing Narendra Modi government of trying to weaken laws on land acquisition and rural employment brought in by UPA, Sonia Gandhi on Saturday asked people to be wary of BJP and INLD, claiming their sole aim was to "grab power for vested interests".
20 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Sunday accepted the poll verdict in Haryana and Maharashtra where the party bowed out of power after two and three consecutive terms, respectively, and reiterated her party's resolve to play a "constructive and vigilant" role.
15 Oct 2014
New Delhi: The high turnout for the Assembly elections in Haryana and Maharashtra indicates "polling against Congress misrule", BJP said as it claimed that it would form the government in the two states after winning a decisive mandate from the voters.
14 Oct 2014
New Delhi: A day ahead of the assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) leader Raj Thackeray and Indian National Lokdal's (INLD) Om Prakash Chautala have emerged as the most searched politicians in their respective states on Google.