01 Jul 2016
Mumbai: Clearly inspired from the riots that happened in Muzaffarnagar three years back, ‘Shorgul’ attempts to talk about the brewing religious tension in smaller towns and how the politicians make the most of Hindu-Muslim divide.
30 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Robert Vadra today dismissed allegations of fraudulent land deals against him, saying they were false and that he will "always be used for political gains".
30 Jun 2016
New Delhi: United States Secretary for Political Affairs Tom Shannon today called on Home Minister Rajnath Singh and discussed with him issues concerning both the countries.
26 Jun 2016
Patna: Controversial Humanities topper in Bihar intermediate examination Ruby Rai, who pronounced Political Science as 'Prodikal Science' which according to her deals with cooking, was arrested yesterday.
24 Jun 2016
New York: Social media giant Facebook is training its employees to identify and check their political leanings to address the concerns over the treatment of conservative viewpoints on the social network.
29 May 2016
Lucknow: A war of words has broken out among political parties in Uttar Pradesh after BJP national president Amit Shah said he saw "Samajwadi Party as the main challenger" to his party in the Assembly polls slated for next year.
15 Jun 2016
New Delhi: In a rare instance, the Home Ministry has asked an RTI applicant to prove he is an Indian before disclosing details about the one-member panel looking into the missing files related to the alleged fake encounter case of Ishrat Jahan.
14 May 2016
New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party today claimed an RTI its leaders had filed to seek degree details of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been returned by Delhi University citing technical reasons.
15 Jun 2016
New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party today termed as "purely political" the refusal of assent to a bill to shield 21 of its MLAs from office of profit rule, saying it was part of BJP's ploy to trouble the Delhi government as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was "scared" of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
23 Mar 2016
Thiruvananthapuram: Congress led UDF government in Kerala withdrew it's controversial notification that excluded Vigilance and Anti-Corruption bureau matters related to top functionaries, including Chief Minister and Ministers from the ambit of RTI Act after facing flak from Opposition parties and also the KPCC.