The Union Cabinet has approved four Goods and Services Tax (GST)-related bills, which have already been approved by the GST Council after detailed discussions.
Narendra Modi's extraordinary victory is only a fraction of the problem. The anxiety is accentuated by the context in which politics is unfolding.
Did the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) desist from naming its Chief Ministerial candidate for UP before the assembly polls because it wanted to spring a nasty, or pleasant, surprise - depending on one's point of view - on an unsuspecting public?
The Allahabad Nagar Nigam (ANN) authorities sealed two slaughter houses on Sunday, operating despite a banning order on a day when the new Yogi-CM of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath took his oath of office.
Narendra Modi's emergence as the most dominant politician in today's India, as the Congress's P. Chidambaram has said, means that he is now the master of all he surveys.
In a surprise move, the BJP chose firebrand Hindutva leader Yogi Adityanath as the new Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister with two deputies -- a first in the state -- in Keshav Prasad Maurya and Dinesh Sharma.
President Pranab Mukherjee has said that there should be no room for "intolerance, prejudice and hatred within our educational institutions" and that they are meant for free exchange of views.
Long-time RSS activist Trivendra Singh Rawat was elected the leader of the BJP Legislature Party and the next Chief Minister of Uttarakhand.
Punjab’s newly-appointed Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh told Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in 2015 that he was ready to quit and float his own outfit if he was not appointed state party chief.
With 200 million people, equivalent to the population of Brazil, but with an economy the size of Qatar -- which has 2.4 million people, the same as the town of Bijnore -- the new government of India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh faces myriad problems.