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Come August 9, retired Indian armed forces family of around four crores people (pensioners and their families) will join the farmers, Dalits and tribals for a Bharat Bandh with their own set of woes, related to partial OROP implementation by the government, opening of cantonment road and property for civilians, and quest of higher dignity for the lower ranks in service.

J&K Governor scraps health insurance deal with Reliance Insurance

The termination of the insurance scheme has caught the attention of the public as Anil Ambani’s company is in the middle of the Rafale Jet storm. A high-level probe has been called to look into the ‘fraud claims’

NCMC reviews flood situation in Kerala

NCMC meets to enhance rescue and relief operations.

India Should Focus on its Human Development Index

To achieve a 10% GDP Growth, The Policy Times believes that India needs to improve its infrastructure, foreign trade, and foreign investment.

Punishing Fake News should not be punishing Free Press!

Union ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) recently announced that journalists found guilty of broadcasting or writing fake news will have their accreditation withdrawn...

Does it Pay to be an MBA?

There are almost 5,000 management institutes in India with about 200,000 students passing out during the year 2016-2017. With this there is a problem...

EC announces poll dates; Model Code of Conduct takes effect

The Chief Election Commissioner of India O P Rawat announced the dates for Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Mizoram and Telangana Assembly Elections due late this year. With the announcement of the poll dates by the Election Commission, the Model Code of Conduct became effective.

SC Rules ‘No Discrimination of Leprosy Patients’ Ending Stigma

Leprosy is an ongoing battle as the stigma that has been attached it to has been for more than a century. Leprosy occurs at all ages and is very much curable.

Editor’s Guild appeals to Akbar to withdraw the defamation case

Guild appeals to eminent lawyers to represent the complainants’ pro bono if need be.

Speed, handiness and customised high end technology for law enforcing agencies...

Mr. Alok Joshi, Chairman, National Technical Research Organisation (NTRO), Government of India, today outlined the evolution of homeland security in India from the baton...
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