Indian Government

Why Bilkis Bano’s rapists should be behind bars

Men who raped Bilkis Bano during 2002 Gujarat riots allowed to walk free on the same day that PM Modi promised to make the nation a better place for women.

Legal notice seeks Momen's resignation in 48hrs over “controversial remark”

A Supreme Court lawyer today (August 21, 2022) served a legal notice asking Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen to voluntarily resign from the office in 48 hours for his recent "controversial comment".

India criticises OIC for ‘unwarranted’ comments on Jammu and Kashmir

India today (May 16, 2022) criticised the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for its "unwarranted" comments on the delimitation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir.

India set to launch satellite for border security

India is all set to use space technology in a big way, including by launching a satellite for exclusive use of the Home Ministry, to tone up border security and management.

Indian govt for live streaming court hearings

In a ground-breaking move to bring in more transparency in judiciary, the Indian government recommends its apex court to live stream court proceedings across the country.

Onion price expected to come down

Onion prices are set to drop further in the country as the Indian government has withdrawn the fixed minimum price on its export.

India to give Bangladeshi minorities right to buy property

Indian government approves a number of facilities including permission to purchase land for its residents from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Pakistan who are living in India on Long Term Visa (LTV).

Pakistan to play World T20

Pakistan will take part in the World Twenty20 after receiving security assurances from the Indian government.

Delhi bid to curb vehicle pollution

Delhi local government says private vehicles with odd and even registration numbers will only be allowed to operate on alternate days to curb pollution.

August 12, 2015
August 12, 2015

India government sues Nestle for $100m over Maggi noodles

India is suing Nestle for $100m (£64m) over "unfair trade practices" that caused damage to consumers through misleading advertisements related to its Maggi noodles product.

April 1, 2015
April 1, 2015

Indian minister asks BSF to stop cattle smuggling

Following an anti-beef movement by the Indian government, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has instructed Border Security Force (BSF) to stop cattle smuggling so that Bangladeshis stop eating beef.

March 17, 2015
March 17, 2015

India MPs march against land bill

Opposition MPs in India marches to the presidential palace to protest against a controversial land acquisition bill.