Eight lakh Indians could be forced to leave Kuwait as its National Assembly committee has approved a draft Expat Quota Bill seeking to reduce the number of foreign workers in the Gulf country.
In between US-China tussle and the Ladakh Conflict, new reports are coming revealing the deepening ties between China and Iran. Beijing and Tehran are nearing the conclusion of an extensive economic and military partnership which would be of critical concern for India.
In a letter to Nagaland CM Neiphiu Rio on June 16, the government interlocutor with Naga entities and Governor R.N. Ravi, asserting his powers under Article 371A of the Constitution
PM Modi restated the case for greater reliance on solar power, for energy and as a path for self-reliant industrialisation, at the inauguration of a 750 MW photovoltaic project at Rewa, in Madhya Pradesh.
Stressful response given by the existing governance system to the challenges emerged in COVID-19 days. Quality and promptness of service delivery have been compromised due to inherent faults in our governance systems.
The Corona virus outbreak has brought to the fore some of the traits of Indian federalism. COVID-19 has shown us how the current Constitutional framework impedes cooperative federalism on various subjects, especially the health and the distribution of finance.