From the announcement to scrap Planning Commission to launching Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, HT takes a look at the top 10 decisions taken by his government after coming to power.
The government has recommended the name of former Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam for appointment as governor of Kerala. His name has reportedly been sent by the home ministry to Rashtrapati Bhavan to succeed Sheila Dikshit.
A man, suffering from depression, allegedly committed suicide by jumping into the sea from the Bandra-Worli Sea Link bridge early Monday morning, but the efforts of cops and fire brigade to trace him failed to yield any results, the police said.
The investigation into the multi-billion rupee Saradha chit fund scam has taken a new twist with the discovery of the group’s business links with the Indian railways at a time when the ministry was under Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee.
Bengal's first Ebola suspect, 25-year old Aleek Das, was admitted to Raiganj district hospital on Sunday with symptoms high fever, muscle pain and vomiting.
The Badaun district court on Monday granted bail to the two police constables accused in the rape and murder of two sisters in Katra Sadatganj village, after the CBI decided not to file a chargesheet within the 90-day time limit of registering the case.
Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen has been given a one-year visa by the Centre and allowed to stay in India till August 2015.
From finding a spot to pose with the chief priest in Kyoto to playing a few notes on the flute, Narendra Modi has been in a good mood in Japan; possibly because he feels he is among friends.
Bharatiya Janata Party continued to mount pressure on its long-time ally the Shiv Sena by discussing observers’ report from Maharashtra’s all districts ahead of much awaited seat-sharing between the two for assembly polls.
Human resource development minister Smriti Irani said on Monday that students had the choice to not participate in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s planned interaction with them to mark Teachers’ Day.
In his first 100 days, Narendra Modi has left no one in doubt about who calls the shots, and his measured and determined approach to governance suggests that change, when it comes, will be significant.
In line with his mantra of 'minimum government, maximum governance', Modi decided to scrap the GoM and Empowered GoMs, which the previous UPA government used to defer contentious policy decisions. The number of cabinet committees has also been reduced.
Narendra Modi delighted his Japanese hosts on Monday, the key day of his state visit, with an apparent swipe at China and an offer to facilitate business from Japan.
Two of BJP's Tamil Nadu allies on Monday opposed naming Teacher's Day as 'Guru Utsav', with PMK terming it as a discreet attempt to impose Sanskrit.
Around 800 years after it was razed by foreign invaders, Nalanda University reopened its doors on Monday in an attempt to reclaim its ancient glory of an international knowledge destination.