Labour minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar has said little on the 8 crore migrant workers displaced because of the crisis. Colleagues say low profile is part of his working style.
Delhi Minorities Commission chief Zafarul-Islam Khan, charged with sedition for a social media post, hasn't deleted it yet but said his comments were ill-timed.
Pakistan captured his Air Force officer son in the 1965 war and Ayub Khan offered to release him. But Cariappa refused, saying all soldiers were his sons.
Suhas L. Yathiraj, an IAS officer of the 2007 batch, has been a trusted civil servant for governments across party lines.
Former union minister Jairam Ramesh's inclusion in Rahul Gandhi's Covid-19 team marks at least the sixth resurrection for the veteran Congress leader.
Pramod Mahajan was the brain behind the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance in Maharashtra and was believed to be the only person Bal Thackeray trusted in the party
In his third stint in the finance ministry, Bajaj’s positive attitude, hands-on approach and openness to feedback will help, say IAS colleagues.
Considered the father of modern Indian art, Jamini Roy was always inspired by rural India and rejected his training to discover his own artistic style.
South Bengaluru MP Tejasvi Surya is in news again for a 2015 tweet where he sought to quote Tarek Fatah’s controversial views on Arab women.
Immunologist Anthony Fauci has publicly disagreed with Donald Trump over the last few weeks, but only because the US 'faces a much bigger problem'.