Delhi University (DU) seems to be taking a greater interest in the views of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh of late.
He is the most popular choice for chief minister in Delhi as per the TNS India survey but his personal standing hasn't lifted AAP's prospects, leaving it trailing BJP in popularity.
The party has even toned down its defensive rhetoric and has no qualms in admitting it erred in quitting power in Delhi.
The Home Ministry made the decision official in Parliament yesterday after a specific question was posed to it in this regard.
The proposal of the Smriti Irani run human resource development ministry is aimed at correcting the "flaws of the present education system".
The move would require approval of the executive committee—the highest decision-making body of the NVS headed by HRD Minister Smriti Irani.
The govt is expected to state this in its response to SC on Friday. The ministry is likely to stick to its stand on dropping German for Sanskrit.
Faced with shortage of funds, the memorial to him that was established at the behest of the Vajpayee govt is finding it difficult to make ends meet.
The anti-tobacco legislation is being amended to make it more compliant with WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC).
AAP’s second list of about 15 names will feature several political crossovers from other parties who had joined AAP during the Lok Sabha elections.
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