GDP at -23.9%: contracts for the first time in over four decades

The data comes as the government is strategically removing restrictions imposed in…

Pranab Mukherjee, the prime minister India never had : The Week

Pranab Mukherjee will be remembered as the prime minister the country never…

₹1 fine for Prashant Bhushan in contempt case

A three-justice bench of the Supreme Court on Monday imposed a token…

‘Inaccurate’: MEA After US Panel Raises Concern on Delhi Violence

India on Thursday, 27 February, described the comments by a US commission…

10 Lakh Muslims, 17 Lakh Dalits; Names of 40 Lakh Voters in Maharashtra Missing: Justice (Retd) BG Kolse Patil

The Janata Dal (Secular) has said that names of nearly 40 lakh voters in Maharashtra have gone missing from the voters’ list as part of a “conspiracy hatched by the BJP” for political gains.

Despite EVMs, EC officials can ‘make or mar’ poll results

As the Opposition parties’ apprehensions on glitches in Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs)…

After TIME Article, Author’s Wikipedia Bio Edited to Add Cong Link

The cover story of TIME featuring PM Modi with the words ‘India’s divider-in-chief’ has been a major talking point, with extensive coverage by mainstream media and animated discussions among social media users.

10 Years Of Risking My Life For This Country, Modi Says I Played Video Games: Retired Colonel

Singh took to Twitter, saying that he was left speechless by the Prime Minister’s comments. He said, “Ten years of my active operations risking my life for this country. This person Narendra Modi, who also is the Prime Minister of India, says I played video games. What to say now?”

WATCH- BJP leader in Kanpur issues chilling threats to police officer on camera, says ‘you are on my hit list’

A video of a BJP leader in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur issuing chilling threats to a police officer has gone viral on social media. In the video, a local BJP leader, identified as Suresh Awasthi, could be seen warning the Circle Officer stating ‘you are on my hit list.’

SP Fields Former BSF Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav Against Modi From Varanasi

The Samajwadi Party on Monday nominated former BSF constable Tej Bahadur Yadav, who was dismissed after complaining about the quality of food, as its candidate against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi.