The Narendra Modi government is coming under pressure from its ally, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, as two outfits linked to the Sangh have now demanded that the Centre put a ban on field trials of genetically modified crops. Sources said that the outfits have been assured that the government will tread with caution on this issue.
Singh claimed that Rahul was totally against Sonia becoming the PM as he feared that she too would be killed like his father and grandmother if she takes up the post.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has played down the snooping controversy and said that no bugging devices were found in Union Minister Nitin Gadkari's house. However, the Opposition has continued to build pressure in Parliament over the issue.
The service, among other informations, will provide patients with working hours of the doctors, their location on the premises and room numbers.
Rajasthan government on Wednesday told the assembly that it would consider expediting settlment of old cases pending under the land ceiling act through a fast track court or any other medium.
As relief operations are underway in Pune to rescue the 170 people trapped after heavy rainfall triggered a massive landslide in the area, BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said that the first priority is to figure out if there any survivors and then rescue them. Javadekar said that the government will provide whatever help that is necessary.
China is the world's third biggest gaming market, where revenues grew by more than a third in 2012 to nearly $14 billion last year.
Instagram launches new messaging app Bolt, lets users tap once to send a photo and long press to send a video
With Bolt, you can send one message to a friend at one time, and the app also allows you to add text over your image or video.
Samsung's smartphone sales fell 4 per cent compared to a year ago, even though the quarter saw the launch of Samsung's latest top-flight model, the Galaxy S5.