09 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Alluding to the Dadri lynching, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said some political parties 'use' the youth to instigate riots and spread hatred by keeping them unemployed and uneducated.
28 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea opposing the practice of political parties forging post-poll alliances to gain power on the ground that electors were kept in the dark about it when they exercise their franchise.
07 Oct 2015
New Delhi: A young man here is seeking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention after the Railways denied him a job although he secured 96 percent in a recruitment exam.
06 Oct 2015
Washington: US President Barack Obama faces a growing political opposition including those from his party colleagues, trade and labour unions and businesses on what he described as a 'historic' 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal that links 40 percent of the global economy.
24 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Political parties should not be brought under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act by terming them 'public authorities' as this would not only hamper their smooth working but help political rivals to file pleas with malicious intention to seek information, government told the Supreme Court today.
17 Sep 2015
Hyderabad: Barring the MIM, all political parties in Telangana today celebrated Telangana Liberation Day to mark the merger of the erstwhile Hyderabad state with the Indian Union.
02 Oct 2015
Dadri/Lucknow: As tension simmered in Bishada where a man was lynched on Monday night over allegedly eating beef, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma today sought punishment for those guilty without 'victimising' the innocents, while tough talking AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi said the victim was killed because of his religious persuasion.
03 Oct 2015
Dadri: After being initially stopped by administration, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today met the family of the man, who was lynched over rumour of beef consumption, and attacked parties alleging they were spreading poison between Hindus and Muslims for their votebank politics.
18 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Green chilli, cauliflower, telephone, ice cream, shoe, chappals and bucket are some of the election symbols alloted to registered, unrecognised political parties contesting the Bihar Assembly polls.
09 Sep 2015
New Delhi: CPI(M) today said that Left parties, which plan to contest Bihar Assembly polls as an independent block, will make a 'strong' political and electoral intervention during the crucial elections, schedule for which was declared today.