The top court said it had already upheld the validity of an Income Tax Act provision making Aadhaar mandatory for the allotment of permanent account number (PAN) and filing of tax returns in its judgement delivered in June this year.
The India-France strategic partnership is not limited to bilateral ties but acts as a force for peace and stability in the regional and global context as well, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today.
Vodafone reportedly wants to push for arbitration under the India-UK bilateral treaty after already having done so under the India-Netherlands bilateral treaty.
In a breather to real estate developers, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) today lifted the ban on construction activities in Delhi-NCR after noting improvement in the city's ambient air quality, and allowed the entry of trucks to the national capital.
Foreign exchange earnings (FEEs) from tourism in October this year registered an increase of Rs 2,254 crore, compared to October 2016, the Tourism Ministry said on Friday.
For the first time, air travel volume breached the 10-million mark in October clipping at a healthy 20.52 percent over the same period a year ago.
The income-tax department on Friday seized about Rs 11 crore cash as part of its searches in the tax evasion probe against a broker and others said to be involved in the high-profile co-location case.
The bike will be able to generate 47 BHP of power at 8500 rpm and a maximum 45 NM of torque at 4500 rpm
Bengaluru absorbs about 13-14 million sq ft of commercial office space every year, says Colliers Research
In 2014, India and Singapore agreed on a 5-S Plank to enhance cooperation on smart cities and urban rejuvenation
Previously, the Congress MP from Kerala had condemned the action of Rajput “maharajas” who are on the roads protesting against the launch of the film on grounds of it distorting history and also for claiming that it is an insult to their honour
Congress accused the Modi government of "clutching at straws" to reclaim the lost credibility and said the government and the ratings agency Moody's have failed to gauge the mood of the nation
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At least six coastal districts of Odisha are likely to experience heavy rainfall in the next 24 hours even as the depression over Bay of Bengal has gradually weakened into a well marked low pressure today, India Meteorological Department (IMD) office said.
Highways will be graded for safety, ease of driving and maintenance; toll plazas will be graded on the basis of revenue collection and driver’s experience at the plaza; and highway developers will be graded for timeliness and quality of construction
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today said "mother's love prevailed" to get college student and footballer Majid Arshid Khan, who had joined the Lashkar-e-Taiba a week ago, "back home".
The police department, posted an image on its official twitter account on Monday that gives the example of Thor, the mythological Norse god now made famous through movies to encourage people to wear the head gear
The bench questioned why such petitions were filed to “waste the time of the Court” and imposed a cost of Rs 10,000 on the petitioner to be paid to the Registrar General for wasting the time of the Court
Odisha government is all set to apply for GI tag for Odishara Rasagola and Kandhamal turmeric after neighbouring West Bengal was granted it for Banglar Rosogolla.
If one were to look at the underlying fundamentals then the market looks overvalued but currently they are driven by liquidity, which is still in place, said Gautam Chhaochharia, ED & Head-India Research, UBS.
Former Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat today alleged that development had "gone for a holiday" as the BJP government in the state had failed to deliver.
"These allegations are shameful...The deal was finalised following a transparent procedure," Sitharaman told reporters.
Congress communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala also sought to downplay Moody's rating upgrade of India, saying the same agency had miscalculated US subprime mortgages before the economic meltdown.
The Scandinavian Tourist Board (STB) has been actively holding promotional events in India in its bid to reach out to Indian travellers so that they visit Denmark, Sweden and Norway — the three northern European countries that were largely unexplored by Indian tourists in the past.
India's community health centres (CHCs) has 81 percent shortfall of specialized medical care of surgeons, physicians and paediatricians across the country as compared to the required specialist manpower.