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Farmer representatives say the Modi government has suspended the railways to put pressure on agitating groups to call off their protests.
The organisation slammed the recent NIA raids on activists' homes, NGOs and a newspaper office in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, and Bangalore.
The Prakash Javadekar-led environment ministry told the Delhi high court that it couldn't verify the authenticity of the translations, and that this may lead to 'confusion and complications'.
Sen said that in today’s India a person making critical remarks about the government was described as “anti-national”.
A "cow dung chip", called Gausatva Kavach, was unveiled on Monday by the Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog, claiming it "significantly" reduces radiation.
EU Parliament's Rights Body Chair expressed concerns over deteriorating rule of law in India.
While the ministers of the Mamata Banerjee government have called it a "conspiracy", even opposition parties in Bengal are unhappy.
Rahul Gandhi may join protests in Punjab. DMK wants to go to court over farm bills in Tamil Nadu.
Trivitron Healthcare told HuffPost India that they began designing the ventilator and procuring the components only after they were given the contract.
On Wednesday, the trend continued with the Rajya Sabha approving the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2020.
Higher government spending in agriculture, and not the much touted reform measures, is central to any hope for economic revival in India, believes TISS Professor and economist R Ramakumar.
Wide-ranging discrepancies in official numbers are indicative of the Modi government's emphasis on managing the public narrative rather than the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
International media criticised the Modi government over the lockdown which they said was announced with little planning or notice.
A list of things the BJP-led central government says it has no data for.
Kamran Yousuf said he sustained leg injuries when he was thrashed by security forces while carrying out his professional duties at Pulwama.
Everyone from real estate lobbies to a former BJP MP from Gujarat got a say in the drafting of the proposed new green law, claims the PIL filed in the Karnataka High Court
Internal note of the corporate affairs ministry describes the PMNRF as a ‘central government fund’ eligible to receive CSR funds, contradicting the PMNRF’s stand in Delhi High Court that it is a ‘private fund’.
The petition says that if a final notification based on the controversial draft is published, it will ‘shake the very foundation of environmental jurisprudence’ in India.
The numbers will likely get worse once there are estimates of the damage in the informal sector, Rajan said.
The MoEF failed to comply with the Delhi HC’s order directing translation of draft EIA 2020 into 22 local languages, the application claims. The environment ministry has been asked to respond by the court.