Rajnath son’s controversy: PM, Shah clear the dust as “rumour” keeps doing the rounds
The first major controversy hit the 3 month-old Narendra Modi government on Wednesday when Union home minister Rajnath Singh publicized his anguish about the "rumour" that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had rebuked his son Pankaj Singh for seeking to influence transfers and postings in Delhi Police.
Air India offers tickets for Rs 100 on 'Air India Day' today

National carrier Air India will celebrate its merger with erstwhile Indian Airlines as 'Air India Day' on Wednesday, offering tickets for Rs. 100 for a limited period.


Toilets for girls in Govt. School all over India in one year says Smriti Irani
Moving forward on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for building toilets for girls in every school, human resource development (HRD) minister Smriti Irani has asked states to meet the target by July next year.
Rail minister Sadananda Gowda's son Karthik Gowda booked for rape and cheating

The Karnataka government on Thursday said the law would take its own course on the complaint of rape and cheating lodged by an actress against the son of Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda.

Feeling ditched Gill embarrasses the Badals by quietly joining the J&K BJP
Former director General of Police, PS Gill whom the SAD (B) embarrasses a lot paid back in the same coin. He secretly negotiated with BJP in Jammu and Kashmir and joined the BJP with quitting or informing the SAD (B). Gill, who belonged to J&K IPS cadre spend his life in that state before he was called by Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to take over as DGP, Punjab.
Human Rights Watch demands end to “manual scavenging”:its report
The Indian government should end “manual scavenging” – the cleaning of human waste by communities considered low-caste – by ensuring that local officials enforce the laws prohibiting this discriminatory practice, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.
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Angry Hooda asks Haryana voters to avenge ‘insult’ hurled during PM Modi’s function
 Hooted by BJP workers in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi early this week, Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday hit back asking people to avenge the "insult" meted out to the state through the ballot in upcoming assembly polls, according to Press Release.
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