Sreedharan's impact likely to be 'minimal'; BJP not serious contender in Kerala: Shashi Tharoor
With E Sreedharan throwing his hat in the political ring by deciding to join the BJP, senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday said the technocrat is likely to have a "minimal" impact on the upcoming Kerala Assembly polls, and asserted that the BJP is not a serious contender except in a few seats in the state.
Brahmaputra not just a river but manifestation of Assam's diversity, peaceful coexistence: Modi
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China's attempts to transgress LAC since May last year met with appropriate response: Government tells Lok Sabha
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Cities key to India's post-pandemic growth: WEF study
The study further said that about 25 million households in India -- 35 per cent of all urban households -- cannot afford housing at market prices and it is time to create a new urban paradigm that enables cities to be healthier, more inclusive and more resilient.
This top boss says it requires courage to get back into the plane again, feels we shouldn’t take travel for granted
Dillon Bhatt feels the risks are low but we shouldn't take the situation lightly.
NITI Aayog releases compendium on Covid practices by states and Union Territories
The practices in the compendium have been disaggregated under six sections namely public health and clinical response, governance mechanisms, digital health, integrated model, welfare of migrants and other vulnerable groups and other practices.
View: What the Bihar model got right, and where it missed the mark
By focusing on a project-based development model, the government has both raised aspirations among voters and simultaneously failed to tackle the underlying structural causes that need fixing to satisfy these aspirations.
In a memorandum to J&K LG, BJP's Ashwani Chrungoo demands special tribunal to probe crimes against minorities
Chrungoo referred to the 1999 quasi-judicial order of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) that crimes against the Kashmiri Pandits were undoubtedly grave, and said a special crimes tribunal need to be established to investigate the crimes against the minorities of Jammu and Kashmir, including Hindus and Sikhs, over the last 35 years.
Gold smuggling case: Don't arrest M Sivasankar till October 23, Kerala HC tells ED
The court gave the direction to the ED, probing the money trail in the Kerala gold smuggling case, on Sivasankaran's plea seeking anticipatory bail. Adjourning the matter to October 23, the court directed the central agency not to arrest him till then.
Flag nations with non-tariff barriers, Piyush Goyal tells India Inc
“It's the place, where you get both, a competitive edge and get a huge domestic market aspiring for a better quality of life,” Goyal said at the 92nd Annual Convention of FICCI, adding that India needs to get more competitive, and stressed on addressing the problems of the entire value chain, be it inverted duties, dumping, or unfair subsidies.
ET View: Respect people’s mandate in Maharashtra
It is not in the interest of the nation or the state for such political uncertainty in the state that houses India’s commercial and financial capital. Both parties should respect the will of the people, which is for a BJP-Shiv Sena alliance to form the government. They should show flexibility and accommodation in sharing office and deliver responsible govt.
Uri terror attack: No knee-jerk response, government mulls graded options
The diplomatic objective, for now, is to get as many countries to label Pakistan a terror state as possible, including other South Asian countries.
Buoyed by response, government to organise second edition of Gyan Sangam
In view of rising bad loans, their resolution and other vigilance issues, the government will kick start the second edition of Gyan Sangam – a retreat for banks and financial Institutions – by holding an interactive session with CVC.
Having a free press is a necessary condition for responsive government and reduced corruption
Research has unequivocally shown that increased press freedom has real benefits which are disproportionately higher for vulnerable sections of society.
Development, responsive government key to harmony: Raman Singh
Citing his pro-people initiatives, Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh said development and responsive government can act as solution to any problem .