There is no proposal by the government to cut down maternity benefits in the draft on Labour Code on Social Security, Parliament was informed today.
To answer the large number of industry queries related to the Good and Service Tax (GST), which is proposed to be implemented from July 1, the Union Government has started a new Twitter handle.
Having already made Aadhar number mandatory for people to get LPG subsidies in October last year, the government has now extended the ambit of the biometric identity to now cover the women in BPL households for securing free cooking gas connections.
The Andhra Pradesh government today backed the idea to hold simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and State Assemblies and even suggested that polls to urban and rural local bodies too be held within one year thereon.
In a move that could further intensify the tussle between the judiciary and executive, the government has proposed setting up a mechanism that will deal with complaints against judges in the Supreme Court and in
Srinagar: People of Jammu and Kashmir become the first casualty of any hostile environment between India and Pakistan, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said, underlining that only sustained peace in the region can allow her
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has announced that police personnel in the state would now get a weekly off. Police personnel work round-the-clock on all days, which leads to stress. Keeping this
New Delhi: Noting that many higher educational institutions were giving “sitting fee” to government officials nominated to their governing bodies, the HRD ministry has sought an end to this practice. In an office memorandum, the
New Delhi: Four strategic places along the Sino-India border have been identified by the Defence Ministry for rail connectivity in the first phase, Lok Sabha was informed today.They are Missamari-Tenga-Tawang (378 km), Bilaspur-Manali- Leh (498
Kathmandu, Apr 5: Breaking his silence, Army Chief Gen V K Singh today dismissed as “absolutely stupid” a report on the “unusual” movement of two army units towards Delhi in mid-January, saying unnecessary attempts were