Operation Blue Star (June 3-6 1984) was a military operation ordered by Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, to remove Sikh separatists who were amassing .
By a remarkable coincidence, 2014 turns out to be the year of Jawaharlal Nehru’s 50th death anniversary today and his 125th birth anniversary on November .
Outlook’s conservative estimate is Rs 31,950 crore—a little over $5.2 billion—ten times the Rs 3,426 crore the government spent in conducting the polls. The .
Apex court says toilets, drinking water facilities are integral to RTE Act; pulls up Andhra Pradesh government for not ensuring these facilities in its schools..
The election results of worlds largest democracy will be declared on April 16 and the Opinion polls and exit polls are all pointing NDA’s way .
The “NETmundial” conference in Brazil on democratising internet governance was a vacuous exercise.The internet today is ubiquitous the world over as a mode of communication .
Among the tasks that fill most Indians with dread is the act of procuring the all-important identity and eligibility documents so dear to the Indian .
Update : 23rd MAY .
No changes in GS/Optional syllabus or exam Pattern, Notification comes on 31st May 2014 .
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The Supreme Court, in the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) judgmentdelivered today has recognized the legal and constitutional rights of transgender persons, including the .
A flaw in OpenSSL may have exposed passwords and encryption keys across the Web. Here’s how to protect yourself and your sites.
A SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX 2014 report published by an American nonprofit shows that India performs poorly on a range of social development indicators, India Ranks .
The country is all set for its Sixteenth General Election since independence.India became independent in 1947. Its Constitution adopted in 1950, accepted parliamentary democracy as .
The Supreme Court took yet another firm step recently to cleanse politics and to de-criminalise the country’s legislative bodies when it directed trial courts hearing .
IN 2012, after 244 years in print, Encyclopedia Britannica became online-only. Now a group of German fans of Wikipedia, an online, user-generated encyclopedia, are raising .
Rather than fighting individual battles, it is time to make the law defend freedom of speech.