What began as a routine inspection of Maggi samples in the Uttar Pradesh town of Barabanki in March has developed into a storm that has led to the two-minute noodles swiftly disappearing from the shelves of stores across the country.
Should Muslims and other minorities feel reassured after PM Modi rejects communal politics?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured a delegation of Mulsim leaders that he doesn’t believe in politics that divide people on communal lines, reportedly saying he would be available to address their issues even at midnight.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to provide millions of farmers with income insurance linked to crop prices, officials say, but it may not do much to ease rural distress, with small farmers standing to benefit little and likely to be put off by bureaucracy.
‘Bengal’s Diminishing Hindus’ - that is the headline on the cover of the latest issue of Organiser, the English mouthpiece of the RSS. Published in the run-up to PM Narendra Modi’s first visit to Bangladesh, the lead story in the May 24 edition of Organiser showcases the ‘pitiable’ plight of Bengali Hindus in the Islamist nation and its ‘cascading effect on demography’ on this side of the border.
With the Met department lowering its rainfall outlook to ‘deficient’ from the earlier ‘below-normal’ prediction, the Centre is preparing to deal with a drought in the country.
The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in Switzerland's ad campaign.
Authorities said on Tuesday they had identified some local youngsters associated with indigenous terror group Hizbul Mujahideen who targeted telecom workers and infrastructure in a string of attacks that began last month, disrupting communication lines in the trouble-torn state.
Somnath Chatterjee is likely to be called in for questioning for his alleged role in the massacre of 16 monks and a nun of Ananda Marga in Kolkata in 1982.
Ever seen a tiger cross a four-lane highway? Wildlife activists say they dread the prospect as the Rajasthan government eats into the predator’s shrinking habitat with a decision to widen a thoroughfare passing through the popular Sariska reserve.
Deputy superintendent of police Sanjay Bharti has expressed his inability to join the ACB due to medical reasons.
Jubilation in Hyderabad and agitation in Vijayawada marked the first anniversary of the formation of Telangana and residual Andhra Pradesh on June 2 last year with Telangana spending about Rs 20 crore for the week-long festivities and AP demanding justice for the divided state.
The National Food Security Act, a landmark welfare legislation enacted by the UPA and upheld by the ruling NDA, risks being stalled in a majority of states which have failed to modernise their pilferage-prone distribution networks.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday appointed former Intelligence Bureau Chief Syed Asif Ibrahim Special Envoy to West Asia and the Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af-Pak) region.
A parliamentary panel may recommend a new permissible limit for call drops and penalty on service providers for any violation.