RASHTRIYA SHIKSHA AAYOG
Busy putting own house in order, Samajwadi Party plays weak opposition
Sources said if party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav accepts his position as patron, the rift in the Yadav family would automatically end.
Don't view healthcare-related decisions as opportunities for electoral success: JSA to Centre
Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the sch...
PM Modi launches Ayushman Bharat health scheme. Here's all you need to know
The flagship scheme will provide healthcare facilities to over 10...
View: HECI Bill can uplift Indian higher education, but requires some correctives before enactment
While focussing on certain legitimate but correctible shortcomings in the HECI Bill, the commentary has entirely missed numerous path breaking features of the Bill.
Rework railway timetable for safety checks of tracks: NITI Ayog
The report prepared by NITI Aayog members said several high density network (HDN) sections in railway network have capacity utilisation of more than 120 per cent.
Why Pranab Mukherjee matters to RSS
Over 70 years later, Sangh’s association with Mahatma Gandhi’s killing, albeit oblique, refuses to go away
Why Pranab should meet RSS, and give them a lesson in Hinduness
Some see this tolerance as Hindu weakness but they are wrong. We are strong because we are inclusive. And we are also many because we are open, supple and flexible.
Want BJP, Sena alliance to continue: Gadkari
On the BJP's promise of separate statehood to Vidarbha region, he said the party was in favour of smaller states.
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar launches 17 RUSA projects
The launch was followed by a meeting of the HRD Minister with Education Ministers from 12 states, secretaries and RUSA Nodal officers regarding implementation of the scheme.
Popularise Sanskrit, HRD tells NCERT
NCERT has been asked to submit a status report within three months on the implementation of the three-language formula.
Budget highlights 2019: Big income tax bonanza for middle class & more
People of India gave strong mandate to our government, says Piyush Goyal
Jaitley’s last 4 Budgets had some common threads: Get your own takeaway
If we go by the last four Budgets, they had it all for farmers, poor and the youth.
Centre to reduce its share of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan to 50%
The Centre has decided to reduce its share of funding in the flagship Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) programme from 65 per cent to 50 per cent.
View: Reaffirmation of people’s faith in PM Modi's vision of new India
Results signify the maturity of the people of Gujarat who chose development over dynasty and modernity over medieval-age politics
Government has plans to set up Kendriya Vidyalayas in all LS constituencies: Smriti Irani
Smriti Irani said that the Ministry has plans to set up KVs in all LS constituencies in the country and efforts are on to get adequate budgetary support for it.
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