GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
India rejects US government report on religious freedom
The India section of the report said that US government officials underscored the importance of respecting religious freedom and promoting tolerance and mutual respect throughout the year with the ruling and opposition parties, civil society and religious freedom activists, and religious leaders belonging to various faith communities.
Rahul Gandhi: Why did government not insist on status quo ante?
Gandhi shared the statements put out by the Indian and Chinese Foreign Minist...
India Inc seeks government aid to compete globally
In a presentation to the government on ‘Ease of doing business for Atmanirbhar Bharat’ ear...
Nagaland government rejects governor's proposal on transfer and posting of officials
The Governor in a letter on June 16 stated that the constitutionally established state government is being challenged on a day to day basis by the armed gangs who question the sovereignty and integrity of the nation while instruments of law and order remain totally unresponsive.
Calling LAC as 'India-China border' validates Sino aggression, presence on Tibetan land: Lobsang Sangay
Beijing's aggression along the Line of Actual Control is the continuation of its strategy from 1950s' time to occupy Tibet, says president o...
Migrants back home, but not getting jobs, says government
The government told the Supreme Court on Thursday that all migrants who wanted to leave cities for their homes amid the Covid-19 lockdown had been sent back but were not getting jobs according to their skills back home and that they wanted to return to their cities of work.
State Election Commission asks Ashok Gehlot government for report on covid-19 situation ahead of local body polls
129 urban local bodies in the state are scheduled to go to polls in August along with some Panchayati Raj institutions. However, the urban areas scheduled for elections, especially Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, and Bhilwara, are the ones most affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
In India-China crisis, an India-US bonanza in view
Experts say India could finally end equivocation about openly aligning itself with the long-eager US.
Bhutan helping clear blocks in informal irrigation channels, says Assam government
Assam's government has also denied reports that Bhutan is blocking water supply to the state. Reports claimed that hundreds of farmers from 25 Assamese villages along the Indo-Bhutan border had alleged that the Bhutan government was not allowing farmers from the Indian side to channelize water for irrigation.
Abhishek Singhvi lashes out at Centre, says 'in the midst of national security issues, focus of this government is on RGF'
National security is not important for this government. In the midst of such a big issue of national security, the focus of this government ...
BJP trying to destabilize Rajasthan government: CM Ashok Gehlot
We must focus on fighting coronavirus and that is what we are doing but BJP is trying to destabilise the government. It wasn't so during Vaj...
TikTok not going to legally challenge the ban order
""We are committed to working with the government to address its concerns. We comply with the laws and regulations of the Government of India. Ensuring the data sovereignty, security and privacy of our users has always been and will continue to be a top priority for us." TikTok added.
Centre cancels allotment of government bungalow to Priyanka Gandhi
The ministry, in a notice to Gandhi, said that since her security cover has been downgraded to Z plus it does not have any provision for a government bungalow. Gandhi was allotted a Type 6B bungalow in New Delhi's posh Lodi Estate.
RGF has nothing to fear, but ask same questions to your 'holy cows' too: Congress to Govt
The decision to hold a probe into these trusts was taken on Wednesday, nearly a fortnight after the BJP said the RGF had received funds from the Chinese Embassy. The allegation came amidst the stand-off between the Indian Army and China's PLA in Ladakh.
Why is government mum on funding of saffron outfits, asks Congress
Abhishek Singhvi said: “The Rajiv Gandhi Foundation has nothing to add, nothing to fear because you (the government) have all the machinery and you can ask every question in every inquiry. Because, we are here as law-abiding persons to answer. But you need to be exposed fully…you don’t even ask these questions of many holy cows. Please ask us, please enquire all that you like, you are harassing each opposition segment individual or institution.”
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