11 Aug 2014
New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government on Monday supported UPA regime's decision to include the Jat community in the Central OBC list for providing reservation and refuted the allegation in the Supreme Court that it was done to gain political mileage in the general elections.
25 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkiah Naidu on Thursday said the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is committed to raise the representation of women in Parliament.
23 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Police on Tuesday barricaded several roads in the Lutyens zone and shut down Race Course Road metro station to prevent protesters from reaching 12 Tughlaq Road bungalow for a planned meeting demanding its conversion into a memorial of former prime minister Charan Singh.
09 Apr 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stay the Central government’s notification of including Jats in the Other Backward Classes (OBC) list.
03 Mar 2014
Muzaffarnagar: Jat leaders on Monday welcomed the Union Cabinet’s decision to include Jats in nine states in the central list of OBCs and said the move will help youths from the community in getting jobs.
03 Mar 2014
New Delhi: The Centre has decided to include the Jat community in the central list of OBCs in nine states, a move that is expected to benefit about nine crore people from the community.
21 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Reservation for Jats in Central Government jobs has moved a step forward with the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) deciding to conduct public hearing in nine States before arriving at a conclusion.
14 Jan 2014
Lucknow: An organization, which is fighting for reservation for the Jat community in government jobs, has threatened to cut off water supply to Delhi in February if its demands are not met.
08 Sep 2014
New Delhi: Deploring inequality in society, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) came out in support of reservation, saying that it has to remain to bring equality to those suffering from discrimination but cautioned against politics on the quota issue.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday held that three percent reservation for differently-abled persons be given in all category of government jobs including in appointments and promotions to IAS while pulling up the Centre for "frustrating" the very purpose of empowering legislation by opposing it.