Govt wants to invoke the Official Secrets Act in the case of the ‘stolen’ Rafale papers, but the Supreme Court has said it can’t ‘hide’ behind the act.
As questions arise over presence of MiG-21 Bison in the IAF inventory, ThePrint takes a look at the history of the aircraft.
The chairman of the Reliance-ADA Group did not pay Ericsson India its dues, and has now been directed to pay Rs 453 crore within four weeks, or face jail time.
The government believes the central bank has been conservative in its approach and has retained more capital with itself than required.
India withdrew the MFN status from Pakistan a day after the Pulwama attack in which at least 40 CRPF personnel were killed.
Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati has raised several statues of herself and Dalit icons in Lucknow and Noida.
As Supreme Court reserves its verdict on Sabarimala issue, ThePrint takes a look at a 1982 order that defined what religious denomination means.
India is hosting Prince Albert II, the monarch of Monaco, a principality synonymous with being a tax haven and an iconic F1 race. ThePrint explains.
The UPSC is a central body while police is a state subject, but after a Supreme Court order in January, it has to get involved in the selection of DGPs.
The Saradha scam, at the heart of the CBI-Mamata standoff, first shook the state in 2013 dragging politicians, mostly from the Trinamool Congress, into the case.