A report (copy blow) released today by Oxfam India said 73 percent of the wealth generated last year went to the richest 1%, while 67 crore Indians who comprise the poorest half of the population saw 1% increase in their wealth.
Edward Snowden on Sunday (Jan. 22) called India's Aadhaar card "an improper gate to service" and said demands to link it to various services "must be criminalised."
A report published in a Hindi vernacular on Wednesday (January 17th 2018) hints at a deeper conspiracy working behind the scene to protect the guilty police officials.
Local authorities in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh, should respect and protect the right of Adivasi villagers opposing the activities of private companies to conduct peaceful protests on 15 and 16 January, Amnesty International India said today.
The Indian government’s mandatory (enforced) biometric identification project, Aadhaar, could lead to millions of people being denied access to essential services
A move that is termed first of its kind in the history of Indian judiciary, four senior-most Supreme Court of India (SCI) judges – Justices
After Edward Snowden a few days back in his tweet had appreciated the efforts of the scribe of The Tribune in exposing the breach and vulnerability of Aadhaar
Following consistent erosion around the banks of river Ravi and change of its course has resulted in looming flood threat over Dera Baba Nanak
Days after the Aadhaar data leak was reported by The Tribune in it's January 3 edition, the UIDAI on Sunday (Jan. 7) lodged an FIR against The Tribune and its reporter Rachna Khaira besides others.
As soon the reports of the breach and comprise of Aadhaar details and data of Indian citizen went viral which was followed by purported denial
Chandigarh: An investigative report published in Thursday edition of a daily English vernacular The Tribune, has bulldozed the tall claims made by both the Central government ...
About two decades after registration of cases against police personnel involved in systematic and wide-spread extra-judicial killings, fake encounters and enforced disappearances in Punjab, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ordered expeditious trail in these cases.
Tech giant apple on Friday apologised unconditionally for secretly slowing down older iPhones, a move it claimed was necessary to avoid unexpected shutdowns
Contrary to the ongoing media discourse there is no term as "martyr" or "shaheed" in the Army or the police and instead a soldier or a policeman killed
In yet another round of clarification by the Central Government upon the highly classified 'Naga-Accord', the Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba
The defence council of Jagtar Singh Jaggi today moved an application in the Special NIA court of Additional Sessions Judge-I (Mohali) Ms. Anshul Berry seeking independent psychiatric examination of Jagtar Singh Jaggi.
In a rare confession the tech giant Apple on Thursday reportedly issued a statement in which it has evidently admitted that it does slows down
Human rights organisations REDRESS and Ensaaf have filed an urgent appeal to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture in the case of Jagtar Singh Johal, “Jaggi”, a British man who has been detained in Indian subcontinent by Punjab police since 4 November 2017.
Taking a strict note of pendency in forwarding the cases of rendering Indebtness Relief to the kin of farmers and farm labourers affected by suicides
This video clip is taken out of that speech. In this part Bhai Ajmer Singh explained the root cause of internal conflict between some sections of the Sikh panthNext Page »