Modi trying to turn whole nation into “chowkidars” after being “caught” in Rafale deal, says Rahul

Kalaburagi, March 18: Mocking the Prime Minister’s ‘chowkidar’ campaign, Congress president Rahul Gandhi Monday said Narendra Modi was attempting to convert the whole country into chowkidars after being “caught” in the Rafale fighter jet deal. Attacking Modi’s “Main bhi chowkidar’…

‘New education policy ready, will come after elections’, indicates Javadekar

Jaipur, March 18: The report of the committee, headed by former ISRO chief K Kasturirangan, to draft a new National Education Policy is ready but may not be taken up at this juncture since the model code of conduct has…

On boat yatra, Priyanka Gandhi jabs PM Modi’s ‘Main bhi Chowkidaar’ campaign

Prayagraj, March 18: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Monday launched a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi government at the Centre accusing it of “hoodwinking” people and undermining all existing institutions in the country. Priyanka Gandhi said that…

BJP creating artificial majority in Goa, Cong should be allowed to form govt: Azad

New Delhi, March 18: The Congress Monday accused the BJP of creating an “artificial majority” in Goa at the directions of the Centre, and urged Governor Mridula Sinha to invite the opposition party to form a government as it was…

Acid attack uncivilised, heartless crime, does not deserve any clemency: SC

New Delhi, March 18: The Supreme Court has said that acid attack is an “uncivilised and heartless crime” which does not deserve any clemency. The apex court observed this while asking two convicts, who have already undergone five year jail…

Indian warships, submarines & aircraft maintain high operational alertness to ‘deter, defeat any misadventure’ by Pak

NEW DELHI, March 17: Indian warships, submarines and aircraft, which had swiftly transited from a major exercise to operational deployment in the north Arabian Sea after the Pulwama terror strike last month, continue to maintain a high state of alertness…

Protesting nuns question delay in filing of chargesheet against Bishop Mulakkal

Kottayam, March 17: Distressed and frustrated with the delay in proceedings in the Kerala nun rape case, five nuns affiliated with the Missionaries of Jesus convent at Kuruvilangad approached Kottayam Superintendents of Police (SP) to submit a petition seeking a…

Optimistic that matter will be resolved, says Chinese envoy on Azhar listing at UN

New Delhi, March 17: China’s Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui Sunday expressed optimism that the issue relating to India’s push for designating Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed’s chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist by the UN would be resolved. We are optimistic…

People will make the right choice in upcoming elections: Jaitley

New Delhi, March 17: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Sunday exuded confidence that people will make the right choice in the forthcoming general elections by electing a stable government rather than ‘mahamilawat gathbandhan’, which is being envisaged as a road to…

Adultery no ground for action against Govt employees: High Court

JAIPUR, March 17: The Rajasthan High Court has ruled that the state government cannot begin departmental proceedings against any government employee for being involved in an extramarital relationship. The court gave this ruling recently on a writ petition filed by…