28 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Congress on Wednesday sought to retrieve lost ground in poll-bound Delhi by promising an ambitious law providing right to housing for millions of slum dwellers in the national capital.
24 Jan 2015
Chennai: DMK president M Karunanidhi on Saturday urged the Centre to reject the recommendations of Shanta Kumar Committee on restructuring of the Food Corporation of India, claiming they would lead to closure of the Public Distribution System (PDS).
23 Jan 2015
Mumbai: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Friday said a photographer should be judged by his capability to capture the right "moment" in his frame.
19 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Director Vibhu Puri is said to have travelled to several nooks and corners of India in search of an apt set-up for his period film 'Hawaizaada'.The film was shot in 90 days, but Puri undertook a recce for 105 days to zero in on the right destination. For that, he travelled extensively across states like West Bengal, Gujarat and Bihar, and to places like Pune, Satara and Bhor.
16 Jan 2015
New Delhi: BJP's coming to power marks a clear right-wing shift in economic, political and social policies and RSS's "aggressive and offensive" campaigns like 'Ghar Wapsi' pose a "communal fascistic" threat to India's secular and democratic ethos, CPI on Friday claimed.
14 Jan 2015
New Delhi: People may soon be able to use postal stamps to pay fee for seeking information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act if a proposal in this regard gets the government's nod.
08 Jan 2015
New Delhi: A sound sleeping pattern can contribute to your health and wellbeing. So, it's essential to choose a mattress that helps you sleep well, according to your needs and daily work schedules.
12 Jan 2015
New Delhi: A person can use the Right to Information (RTI) Act to access an information even if it is available through any other route, Delhi High Court has ruled.
03 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Noting that there were "challenges" that needed to be overcome to further strengthen ties between India and US, Congressperson Tulsi Gabbard on Saturday said both the nations have a great opportunity to work together in various sectors and "intentions and hearts" were moving in the right direction.
26 Dec 2014
New Delhi: The Communist Party of India (CPI) urged President Pranab Mukherjee to "reject" Ordinances on Foriegn Direct Investment (FDI) in insurance and coal mines allocation, a day after the Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI(M) wrote to him protesting against the government's decision to bring the Ordinances.