Much to the surprise of his critics and political rivals, Maldives President Abdulla Yameen on Monday conceded defeat in Sunday’s presidential election, making way for the joint Opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.
The acrimony over the proposed Foreign Ministers’ meeting has set back India-Pakistan ties
The triple talaq ordinance is bound to fail the test of judicial scrutiny on several grounds
According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, 202 institutions around the world are applying behavioural insights to public policy.
Tells Supreme Court that message against mob action will be run on TV and radio within a week
A five-judge Constitution Bench, led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, is on Tuesday scheduled to pronounce its judgment on petitions to bar politicians facing charges of heinous crimes, such as murder, rape and kidnapping, from contesting elections.
Ms. Swaraj will also attend a special meeting on climate change being convened by Secretary General António Guterres during her stay in New York.
The measure is aimed at shoring up the sliding rupee
The National Technical Board on Nutrition (NTBN) has approved guidelines proposed by our Ministry for severe acute malnutrition
Ayushman Bharat has been rolled out as a health protection scheme that will provide guaranteed access to treatment that is free at the point of delivery to about 40% of the population selected on the basis of censused socio-economic indicators.
The new climate reality is raising the bar on disaster resilience
A good measure of progress in a household is inter-generational mobility — an improvement in social status from the previous generation.
MitraClip, inserted into the heart, sharply reduces death rates in patients: study
Scientists said on Monday they had succeeded for the first time in wiping out an entire population of malaria-carrying mosquitoes in the lab using a gene editing tool to programme their extinction.