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Minorities have more rights than majority; laws need 'revisit': Satyapal Singh

Minorities have more rights than majority; laws need 'revisit'...

Union Minister Satya Pal Singh on Saturday said the minorities enjoyed many rights that the majority did not, and advocated that the way the Constitution had been interpreted in the past few decades needed a 'revisit'. Noting that all are equal before the law, the Union minister of state for human resource development said, "In the last about two decades, the way the Constitution has been interpreted and the laws have been interpreted, it requires revisit. Let us revisit them." He was speaking ..., 6 days ago

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After doubting Darwin's evolution theory, Satyapal Singh urges students to inculcate scientific temper

Satyapal Singh had claimed in Aurangabad last month that Charles Darwin's theory of evolution of man was "scientifically wrong"
 DNA1 month ago After calling Darwin's theory unscientific, MoS Satyapal Singh says no plans to remove theory of evolution from syllabus  DNA2 months ago Refrain from such 'Darwin theory' comments: Javadekar to Satyapal Singh  Business Standard2 months ago Evolution fiasco: Satyapal Singh says debate needed & top 5 developments  Business Standard2 months ago

Minister for Higher Eduction keeps mum on his Newton remarks

The Minister of State for Higher Education, Satyapal Singh, on Wednesday declined to respond to questions relating to his earlier comment on Isaac Newton's Laws of Motion, which the minister said had been codified by ancient India, much before the scientist ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Expenditure on higher education increased 15%: Minister  Prokerala2 weeks ago

The Science of Sangh

Steeped in Sangh moorings, BJP leaders across the country are mocking science and scientific finds, asserting with great delight that most of what is available contemporarily is replete in Hindu mythology, opening up a great debate and of course leaving a ...
 The Financial Chronicle13 hours ago 'March for Science' on April 14  Deccan Herald1 week ago Why do Modi and his Mantris Mock Science?  Rediff.com1 month ago

Study in India programme of HRD Ministry launched with the launch of ‘Study in India Portal’ by Smt. Sushma Swaraj and Dr SatyaPal Singh in New Delhi today

Students across the world will now be able to pursue the education in prominent Indian Educational Institutions. In another ground breaking initiative of HRD Ministry, Union External Affairs Minister, Smt Sushma Swaraj and Minister of State for HRD, Dr. Satya ...
 PIB1 day ago Sexual harassment cases go up in Indian educational institutions  DNA1 month ago

Patnaik second former Mumbai police chief to join politics

Arup Patnaik, who joined the Biju Janata Dal today, is the second former Mumbai policecommissioner to join politics.Satyapal Singh, who quit as Mumbai police chief in 2014 to contest the Lok Sabha election, was the first.Interestingly, Singh had succeeded Patnaik as Mumbai police commissioner in August 2012, after the former, facing flak for his handling of the Azad Maidan riots in the samemonth, was shunted out.Several policemen were injured in the violence.Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Unnao rape case: Union ministers defend UP govt action

IMAGE: An SIT, headed by ADG Lucknow zone Rajeev Krishna, visit the residence of Unnao rape victim on Wednesday. Photograph: PTI Photo Several Union ministers on Thursday sought to defend the Bharatiya Janata Party government in Uttar Pradesh, facing criticism over its response to the alleged gang rape of a minor girl in Unnao, saying it is committed to protecting women and ensuring that law takes its course. BJP legislator from Bangarmau, Kuldeep Singh Sengar, was on Thursday booked by the UP ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

From Parliament to streets, Oppn is creating hurdles: Modi

Modi accused opponents of trying to pit one section against the other while his government is working towards taking all people along.   IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during 'satyagrah se swachhagrah' programme on the concluding ceremony of centenary of Champaran Satyagraha celebration at Gandhi Maidan in Motihari, Bihar on Tuesday. Photograph: PTI Photo Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the opposition for allegedly trying to break up society and put ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Education must not be politicised: MoS HRD

[India], Mar. 31 (ANI): Amid controversy brewing post the Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) paper leak, Minister of State (MoS) for Human Resource Development (HRD) Satyapal Singh asserted that education should not be politicised. "Education is ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Lenin statue toppled in Tripura: This is goondaism, BJP couldn't wait for first day at office to begin, says Prakash Raj

National Award winning actor Prakash Raj, who has been very vocal about his anti-establishment stance, has yet again slammed the ruling BJP after its cadre allegedly bulldozed the statue of Lenin in Tripura. In videos and pictures that have gone viral, a mob ...
 DNA1 month ago
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