Governments have always snooped in the name of national security
Earlier in January 2006, then politician Amar Singh had moved the Supreme Court crying foul that his telephones were being snooped upon by government agencies. The SC barred the media from publishing any leaks from the so-called telephone intercepts yet no one felt threatened by the then government’s action to snoop on a politician’s telephone.
Aviation scam: CBI files charge sheet against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar
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Govt asks WhatsApp to explain breach, says Centre committed to protecting citizen privacy
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Delhi Court adjourns Aircel-Maxis case against P Chidambaram sine die
Special Judge O P Saini adjourned the matter without giving any date for further hearing, saying that the prosecution may approach the court as and when the probe is complete.
ICICI Bank sells entire stake in GST Network to 13 state governments
As per the decision, the Centre will own a 50 per cent stake in the GST Network and the remainder will be held by the states on a pro-rata basis in the new structure.
Moily slams Modi govt for cold-shouldering UPA initiative on strategic oil reserves
"The present government has been going on snail pace in taking measures during the last six years to utilise these facilities (when faced with price volatility)," he said.
National Population Register to include Aadhaar details
Registrar General of India will ask UIDAI to verify biometric data of individuals.
Modi's successful visits abroad, decision to keep out of RCEP highlighted at BJP meeting
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal briefed BJP MPs on the issues in the parliamentary party's first meeting in the Winter session. Modi did not attend the meeting. BJP sources said Jaishankar told MPs that Modi's foreign visits have boosted India's standing and furthered the country's interests.
Government focussed on identification of merit, eliminating nepotism in sports: Modi
The Prime Minister is making the case for India being a sports powerhouse, and eliminating nepotism in the field to take the country further in all arenas of sport - as he campaigns for the BJP in Haryana
Raghuram Rajan ko gussa kyu aata hai (with apologies to Pinto)?
Rajan stands in stark contrast with exemplary restraint shown by professional central bankers.
You have had five years, stop blaming my government: Manmohan to NDA
Accepting "some weaknesses" in his tenure Manmohan Singh gave it back to FM's remark where she said, "banking sector passed through its worst phase during the tenure of Singh." He further added that NDA should've provided "credible solutions".
Congress on way to form UPA-3, poll result surprises in store for UP: Salman Khurshid
Khurshid, who has been the chief of the Congress' UP unit twice in the past, said he would not be surprised if the party matches or betters its 2009 performance in the state when it won 21 seats.
Upendra Kushwaha joins United Progressive Alliance in Bihar
Kushwaha's joining the UPA is likely to give a boost to the formation of a grand alliance in Bihar to counter the NDA combine of Bharatiya Janata Party-Janata Dal(U)-Lok Janshakti Party.
Sonia Gandhi praises Rahul for 'valiant, relentless' Lok Sabha campaign
Sonia Gandhi's lavish praise for his son came as he has been insisting on quitting the post owning moral responsibility for the party's debacle in the general elections.
NDA likely to have majority in Rajya Sabha by 2021-22
The half-way mark in the upper house is 123 and the members of upper house are elected by the members of state assemblies.
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