Supreme Court’s landmark judgement holding the right to privacy as a fundamental right under the article 21 of the Indian constitution
It said the rights given under the article 21 of the constitution are not absolute rights as these are subjected to reasonable restrictions.
Suresh Prabhu Wednesday met Prime Minister Modi and took full responsibility for the spate of accidents as two trains derailed in Uttar Pradesh
The court also appointed retired Supreme Court judge RV Raveendran to superwise the NIA investigation.
Naidu said India was an emerging economy and efficient time management by the members was crucial.
On a day the government has made Aadhaar number mandatory from the first October for registration of deaths in the country, the government has
India will start dialogue with Pakistan the day it stops promoting terrorism against this country, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said
Perhaps it’s for the first time that Rajya Sabha passed a constitutional amendment bill without an important clause (clause 03 of the 123rd
The trial was no longer about the three men who stood in the dock; it was about Indian suppression at the hands of the British.
Jaitley also said that it was power of economics that convinced J&K consumers that their state's economic merger with India was in their interest.
Several leading opposition parties attended the GST launch event held in the central hall of Parliament on Friday night despite the efforts by
GST is designed to abolish the multiplicity and cascading effect of taxes and also curb the instances of tax evasion.
In a curious turn of events the political battle for the country's top post got more intense between the two rival political blocks.
India Friday raised the thorny issue of the controversial multi-billion dollar mega road project to be built between China and Pakistan at a