Iran acknowledged that it had broken the limit set on its stockpile of low-enriched uranium by the 2015 nuclear deal.
One Nation One Poll’ limits to a single moment the opportunities to judge, evaluate and vote — the essence of freedom.
Bhutan’s teachers, doctors and other medical staff will earn more than civil servants of corresponding grades, if a policy recently announced by the government is implemented.
Nagaland is following on the footsteps of its western neighbour, Assam, in the task of setting up a Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN).
India has some distance to cover before making self-care interventions freely available. World Health Organization has recently released self-help guidelines for sexual and reproductive health.
The Lok Sabha passed the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Bill 2019, which seek to replace an Ordinance issued in March and help fill about 7,000 existing vacancies in 41 Central universities.
Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Teachers’ Cadre) Ordinance, 2019 has been recently introduced. It redresses the anomaly found in the recruitment of Other Backward Class (OBC) candidates at higher levels of teaching positions.
The Supreme Court agreed to consider on July 30 a batch of petitions to have a Constitution Bench examine the validity of a constitutional amendment providing 10% economic reservation in government jobs and educational institutions.
After meeting the N. Korean leader in DMZ, the U.S. President said ‘speed is not the object’ of his outreach but a ‘good deal’ is
Key thermal plants across the country are wasting water and contravening a 2015 order by the Union environment ministry to use water efficiently.
China has called for India to include Huawei in its 5G trials
Over two years after it was decommissioned from service, aircraft carrier Viraat is going to be scrapped