MHA rejects proposed legislation to protect doctors from assault
While the proposed legislation garnered support from all other departments and ministries but the home ministry, during inter-ministerial consultation, stated that there was no need for a separate legislation to check violence against members of a specific profession. It also said that IPC and CrPC have enough provisions to deal with such cases.
Delhi Assembly Elections: The battle for the capital
Doles have been a major selling point for AAP in Delhi. But can the party be confident o...
Ranjit Kumar Dass re-elected as Assam BJP chief
Dass has been instrumental in taking BJP organisations in different corners of the state. BJP in Assam has membership strength of 42 lakh.
FPIs remain net buyers in Jan on US-China trade deal
According to the NSDL data, a net amount of Rs 10,200 crore was invested into equities.
View: US shows that states can defy citizenship laws
BJP suddenly looks dazed and uncertain. It should re-think its entire strategy. Modi should publicly contradict Home Minister Amit Shah’s pledge to force a National Register of Citizens on all Indian states. Otherwise it risks looking foolish and ineffective, with states rubbing its nose in the dust.
Nobody gives NITI Aayog member the right to utter nonsense against us: KCCI on 'dirty films' remark
The KCCI recently submitted a detailed report about the business losses in the Kashmir valley to Lieutenant Governor G C Murmu and Union minister of Commerce Piyush Goyal as well as MoS PMO Jitendra Singh.
US: CDC explains airport screening plans for coronavirus
A top official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spelled out plans to screen airline passengers arriving from central China ...
Market, economy trends that should worry us more than auto sales, inflation
There is a disturbing trend that we perceive even in equity investing.
CAA has corollary in US’ Lautenberg Amendment
This was spearheaded by US Senator Frank Lautenberg in 1989-90, hence came to be popularly known as the Lautenberg Amendment that gave refugee status and eventually citizenship to a set of minorities from three countries. Indian diplomats have found this Act useful to strengthen India’s argument in the US.
Taliban aim to sign deal with US by end of month: Report
"We have agreed to scale down military operations in days leading up to the signing of the peace agreement with the United States," Shaheen said. He added that the Taliban were "optimistic" a deal with Washington could be signed before the end of the month and that the reduction in fighting across the country would also include the targeting of Afghan forces.
President junks plea to disqualify AAP MLA for being member of NDMC
President Ram Nath Kovind has rejected a plea seeking disqualification of Aam Aadmi Party MLA Surender Singh for allegedly holding an office of profit by being a member of the New Delhi Municipal Council.
Extreme valuation cases wanted for a red-hot rally in equities
Persistently low interest rates remain an inducement for many analysts and investors.
Techchefs to expand to US, Singapore
Singapore is rated as the second-best country to conduct business globally and as one of the most competitive places to do business, along with being a top startup hub, which is why the company was setting up an office there.
PFC’s dollar bonds receive 42% US participation
PFC becomes the first Indian public sector company to issue senior unsecured US-dollar bonds with a tenure of more than 10 years.