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India's most populous state has stopped paying some 21,000 teachers of subjects including mathematics and science in Muslim religious schools, or madrasas, an official said on Thursday, and they could lose their jobs altogether.
Guwahati: Netflix has taken down the Tamil film 'Annapoorani' following a controversy sparked by Hindu right-wing groups who claimed certain scenes in the
The paper illustrates dynamics of nuclear resistance movements in India and how people’s power rises in response to subversion of justice and suppression of human rights....
The Union government said the process of inclusion or exclusion from the ST list requires the proposal to originate from the concerned State government.
Demand for sand has risen dramatically in recent decades, thanks in large part to its crucial role in construction. In the Indian state of Goa, sand mafias are illegally extracting the resource from riverbeds, beaches and open pits, causing major environmental challenges.
“Kashmir was constitutionally up for grabs. ‘Buy the exotic Kashmiri land’ and ‘marry the apple-cheeked Kashmiri women’ was the refurbished two-point policy of settling in Kashmir”
The Sanjay Singh panel, backed by the former WFI chief, defeated the panel led by Commonwealth Games gold medallist Anita Sheoran. Sheoran's panel was supported by the wrestlers who accused Brij Bhushan Singh of sexual harassment.
The Telecommunications Bill, 2023 allows the government to take over telecom services and intercept messages in the interests of national security and in case of emergencies. Here's exactly what the regulation says on the subject.
The suspensions come as both houses saw repeated adjournments amid calls from opposition MPs for a statement from Union home minister Amit Shah on the security breach in Parliament on December 13.
Huge Himalayan road project has sidestepped adequate technical reviews, researchers say
The Lok Sabha witnessed shocking scenes on December 13 when two persons jumped into the House from the public gallery, carrying what appeared to be tear gas canisters....
A five-judge constitution bench held hearings for 16 days on whether the August 2019 decision of the Union government to scrap Article 370 and bifurcate J&K into two Union territories was valid
The country was once a rights pioneer that helped shape the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which turns 75 on Dec. 10.
The notification banning the export of onions was issued on Thursday. The move is aimed at curbing inflation ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.
The “central government” wants to drag independent news into a censor board framework. No independent regulation is proposed. The government is everywhere and in control. The dubious ‘3-tier’ regulatory structure proposed is recycled out of IT Rules 2021, which has been stayed by two high courts.
Data from previous elections show that Assembly elections preceding Lok Sabha polls in a state cannot always be used as a reliable measure to understand the mood of the voters, especially since 2018.
The Ganges river is one of the world’s most sacred waterways—and one of its most polluted. To restore it, India is undertaking one of the biggest engineering programs in the history of sanitation.
The 17-day long wait for the 41 workers trapped in the Silkyara tunnel of Uttarakhand finally ended on Tuesday.
Major political parties in India are courting social media influencers to reach rural voters, paying for reach and dodging tough questions.
this interview with ali sardar jafri is a treat!...
Many decisions that could have ensured safety weren’t taken in the latest Uttarakhand calamity. Disasters have increased with alarming frequency but governance – basics like pre-project assessments, post-disaster learnings, accountability – is not improving
'Today, a culture of self-censorship pervades the streaming industry here, manifesting in ways both dramatic and subtle. Executives at the India offices of Netflix and Prime Video and their lawyers ask for extensive changes to rework political plots and remove passing references to religion that might offend the Hindu right wing...
Appin was a leading Indian cyberespionage firm that few people even knew existed. A Reuters investigation found that the company grew from an educational startup to a hack-for-hire powerhouse that stole secrets from business titans, politicians, military officials and wealthy elites around the globe. Appin alumni went on to form...
Washington warned India over concerns of government involvement in assassination conspiracy