Says Cases Relate To Time When Aadhaar Wasn't Must

It Would Dent India's Image As Preferred Biz Destination'

Gaping Holes In Healthcare: Niti Aayog

Unemployment was highest among Sikhs living in cities and towns during 2009-10 while the rate of joblessness showed a downward trend for Muslims in both urban and rural areas, a government survey r

New Delhi: People spending more than Rs 27.2 per day in villages and Rs 33.3 in cities are not poor, according to the latest data released by the government.

New Delhi: The poor in rural areas spend only Rs 17 per day while those living in cities and towns spend Rs 23 a day, a government survey has revealed.

The Government of India’s 15-year old Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme has come under much-deserved criticism for all-round non-performance.

The growth of agriculture is not commensurate with other sectors of the Indian economy.