Union Minister holding Law and Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday said that financial Inclusion will only succeed when there is
The law ministry has advised all departments and ministries to resolve their differences through arbitration, and not move courts, with the
It said the rights given under the article 21 of the constitution are not absolute rights as these are subjected to reasonable restrictions.
The government will take action against internet-based social media platforms if they fail to remove links to the deadly Blue Whale Challenge
CJI said: After being a citizen, you are neither inferior nor superior to anyone.
IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the systems run by the National Informatics Centre were secured and running smoothly.
After Supreme Court on Monday ordered that Aadhaar card cannot be made mandatory for availing welfare schemes of the government, the latter too
On Thursday, the government replied to the short duration debate on electoral reforms in the Rajya Sabha, accusing the Opposition of alleging
Stressing on the supremacy of Parliament in the realm of law-making, the government said that separation of powers is as binding on the judiciary
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today created ripples by alleging that there was a 'widespread' fear that the phones of judges are being
Widening its consultation on the contentious issue of uniform civil code, the Law Commission has asked all national and state political parties
Union cabinet lead by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved postal payment banking services on Wednesday. As per the approval, government will
On the eve of Holi festival, union government on Wednesday hiked dearness allowance (DA) by 6 per cent, benefiting over 1 crore central
A new centralised system to monitor and intercept phones will become operational by March that will enable direct interception by security