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  • Only Slaughterhouses That Cross The Green Line Face Closure, Chief Minister Yogi Promises

    Only Slaughterhouses That Cross The Green Line Face Closure, Chief Minister Yogi Promises

    In a suggestion that the environment and not politics had led to the crackdown of abattoirs in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday declared that the BJP government was determined to shut down illegal slaughterhouses but wouldn't touch the licensed ones that don't violate the law.

  • UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath In Gorakhpur Promises 'Na Jaati, Na Mazhab'

    UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath In Gorakhpur Promises 'Na Jaati, Na Mazhab'

    In his first public speech after taking charge as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath has vowed to give the state a government that would aggressively push the developmental agenda for all, one that would neither discriminate nor appease any group or community. Mr Adityanath who has been a Hindutva face of the party and has been known to ...

  • 'A Year Older But...': Akhilesh Yadav's Comeback To Adityanath Jab

    'A Year Older But...': Akhilesh Yadav's Comeback To Adityanath Jab

    Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who has been on the receiving end after the party's disastrous performance in the assembly election, gave it back on Saturday, starting with his successor Yogi Adityanath who had taken a potshot at him for the decision to ally with the Congress. Mr Yadav said the Chief Minister was older than him ...

  • From Yogi Adityanath To Aditya Nath Yogi, The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Returns Home

    From Yogi Adityanath To Aditya Nath Yogi, The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Returns Home

    Last Sunday, Yogi Adityanath hurriedly left his home for over two decades in a chartered aircraft sent for him to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah. "It was an important meeting," he later said but insisted he wasn't in the race for the next chief minister. And he was right. From where he stood, there was no race. A few ...

  • Row Over Voting Machines Reach Supreme Court, Election Panel Asked To Respond

    Row Over Voting Machines Reach Supreme Court, Election Panel Asked To Respond

    The controversy over the electronic voting machines that started from Lucknow after the BJP's massive win in Uttar Pradesh and triggered a discussion in Rajya Sabha this week has reached the Supreme Court. On Friday, the top court issued notice to the poll panel on a petition that wanted the machines to be tested by international computer experts. ...

  • 'Enough Is Enough': Devendra Fadnavis Tells Maharashtra Doctors To Return To Work

    'Enough Is Enough': Devendra Fadnavis Tells Maharashtra Doctors To Return To Work

    Thousands of doctors on strike for five days in Maharashtra got their last warning on Friday from Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis who told the assembly that the doctors had stretched things too far and would face "legal action" if they didn't resume work soon. "Enough is enough," the Chief Minister said hours before the government's meeting with t...

  • Eye On Jats And Patels, Government Gives National Backward Commission A Big Upgrade

    Eye On Jats And Patels, Government Gives National Backward Commission A Big Upgrade

    Against the backdrop of attempts to reach out to the powerful Jat and Patel communities demanding education and job quotas, the Narendra Modi government has decided to upgrade the backward commission into a constitutional body and give parliament a free hand to include any community as backward. The amendment will also define communities that will ...

  • Yogi Adityanath's Advice: Keep The Lal Batti But Lose The (Illegal) Hooters

    Yogi Adityanath's Advice: Keep The Lal Batti But Lose The (Illegal) Hooters

    Punjab got rid of them. But Uttar Pradesh will have to live with the laal battis, the red beacons atop cars that are considered the ultimate status symbol. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has decided against making the state's ministers give up the red beacons on their cars but asked them to give up the hooters and sirens.

  • 'Can't Read 20,000 Pages': Election Panel Freezes AIADMK Name, Symbol

    'Can't Read 20,000 Pages': Election Panel Freezes AIADMK Name, Symbol

    The AIADMK's "two leaves" election symbol was temporarily blocked by the Election Commission late on Wednesday night after a day-long hearing of the arguments presented by the O Panneerselvam and the VK Sasikala factions, sources told NDTV.

  • 'Why Force Aadhaar On Taxpayers?' Minister Arun Jaitley Has The Answer

    'Why Force Aadhaar On Taxpayers?' Minister Arun Jaitley Has The Answer

    The controversial move to force income taxpayers to link their permanent account number or PAN to the 12-digit Aadhaar number is a key step taken by the Centre as part of the ongoing exercise to clamp down on black money, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said. The new provisions, part of the Finance Bill that was cleared by the Lok Sabha after Mr Jait...

  • From Parliament, Yogi Adityanath's Message To Lucknow: 'A Lot Will Stop'

    From Parliament, Yogi Adityanath's Message To Lucknow: 'A Lot Will Stop'

    Nearly 18 years after he had first entered Lok Sabha as its youngest member in 1998, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath returned to the House on Tuesday to speak for one last time. But his speech to parliamentarians, the first after taking charge as Chief Minister over the weekend, was aimed as much at Lucknow. In his new role, the Chief ...

  • 2 AIADMK Camps Fight For Symbol In Election Commission. Verdict Today

    2 AIADMK Camps Fight For Symbol In Election Commission. Verdict Today

    The battle for the AIADMK's 'two leaves symbol" is in the home stretch. The Election Commission is likely to decide today which of the two camps that lay claim to J Jayalalithaa's political legacy - the one led by led O Panneerselvam or the other presided over by VK Sasikala serving time in a Bengaluru jail - should get the election symbol.

  • Defence Ministry Backs Sahayaks In Army, But Not For Menial Tasks

    Defence Ministry Backs Sahayaks In Army, But Not For Menial Tasks

    The Defence Ministry has justified the deployment of Sahayak, or buddies as the orderlies are called in the Indian Army in operational or field areas, telling parliament that the orderly system enhanced the spirit-de-corps in units and was not expected to have any adverse impact on the morale of the jawan.

  • Bar Convicted Politicians From Polls For Life, Election Body Tells Court

    Bar Convicted Politicians From Polls For Life, Election Body Tells Court

    Days after completing elections in five states where every fifth lawmaker has a serious criminal case, the Election Commission has told the Supreme Court that it wanted trials against elected representatives put on a fast track and those convicted barred from electoral politics for life, not just six years.

  • Tea, Biscuits, Special Dal: 'Missing' Cleric On His Questioning In Pakistan

    Tea, Biscuits, Special Dal: 'Missing' Cleric On His Questioning In Pakistan

    Back home on Monday, the two Indian clerics who had gone missing in Pakistan met Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj to thank her for intervening with Islamabad to ensure they get back to Delhi safe. Their family has alleged Pakistan's security agencies had taken in the two clerics - Syed Asif Ali Nizami, the 80-year-old head priest of New Delhi's Nizam...

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