RASHTRIYA SHIKSHA AAYOG
What does it take to be an RSS karyakarta?
The purpose of the training, according to RSS founder KB Hedgewar, is to raise a cadre which can communicate the organisation’s vision to society at large.
No proposal to extend ambit of RTE Act: HRD
Minister of State for HRD, Satya Pal Singh, informed the Rajya Sabha that the government has merg...
'Rakshas Raj' in Bihar, says RJD's Tejashwi Yadav at Congress function
The Grand Alliance leaders — from the Congress, the RJD and the HAM(S)...
Niti Aayog's healthcare PPP needs clarity: Hospitals
Niti Aayog’s proposal pushes for PPPs focussed on cancers, heart conditions and respiratory tract diseases in non-metros.
E-trading platform helps Karnataka farmers earn 38% more income
The data showed that the modal prices of agri-produce on UMP in Karnataka witnessed much higher increase than the wholesale rates of the same commodity in the country.
Hindus don't live to oppose but we should learn to protect ourselves: Mohan Bhagwat in Chicago
Mohan Bhagwat was speaking at the World Hindu Congress organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and other Hindu organisations in Chicago.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat to deliver major address at World Hindu Congress
Meanwhile, the newly formed Coalition for the Defence of the Constitution and Democracy has announced that it will hold a press conference in New York on September 6 to lodge its protest against the WHC.
NHPS will create additional healthcare jobs: Antony Jacob, Apollo Munich Health Insurance
NHPS will help overcome the challenge of dealing with the shortage of medical facilities: Antony Jacob, CEO, Apollo Munich Health Insurance.
Niti Aayog vice-chief Arvind Panagariya's exit a bad signal
Modi has allowed the stationing of saffron apparatchiki at the head of highly regarded institutions although their academic credentials are not widely recognised.
Government looks to bring out seeds bill from cold storage, push for passage
The Bill, revived by this government after 10 years in November 2014, was put on hold in 2015 after backlash against an enabling provision for genetically modified (GM) crops.
West Bengal to launch Ayushman Bharat under joint banner
Under the agreement, the state government is expected to expand the number of beneficiaries under its existing health scheme to provide more than 11 million families.
NITI Aayog creating jobless India, says RSS-backed trade union
"Wrong policies of NITI Aayog are creating a jobless India," said Saji Narayanan, National president of BMS in a statement.
Niti Aayog urges government to link financial grant to states' agriculture reforms
Such a move will compel states to bring about significant changes in the agriculture marketing and other reforms pending in the sector.
As "foreign" economic advisers leave, a protectionist India returns
Modi's economic outlook is now a throwback to India's inward-looking policies of earlier years, officials say.
Government to pursue states to move to zero-budget natural farming
Under zero-budget natural farming, a set of natural farming methods are used where the cost of growing and harvesting crops is almost zero.
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