Union Cabinet approved launch of Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DUGJY). It also decided to merge the ongoing RGGVY with DUGJY.
Union Ministry for Food Processing Industries on 18 November 2014 reconstituted the National Food Processing Development Council (NFDPC).
The Union Government on 18 November 2014 relaunched Kisan Vikas Patra scheme (KVP) in New Delhi to encourage the habit of small savings among the citizens.
The move aimed to ensure disruption-free proceedings during this segment.
Three Union Territories (UTs) namely Chandigarh, Puducherry and Lakshadweep achieved 100 percent financial inclusion.
The decision to discontinue German was taken after the meeting of Board of Governors of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) on 27 October 2014.
Manohar Parrikar and nine other leaders elected unopposed to Rajya Sabha from Uttar Pradesh.
Union Government launched the National Bal Swachhta Mission. It also launched Udaan programme for girls, which seeks to prepare them for the IIT-JEE.
Union Government relaxed Indian citizenship norms for Hindu and Sikh refugees from Pakistan and Afghanistan who entered India before 31 December 2014.
Union Ministry of Minorities Affairs launched the MANAS to impart training to youths.
GIS-based Decision Support System launched by Union MoEF to help in taking informed decisions and smoothen regulatory process.
Union Government banned militant outfit Kamatapur Liberation Organisation that operates in West Bengal and Assam.
Ministry of Railways and Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRT&H) on 10 November 2014 signed Memorandum of Understanding.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 10 November 2014 launched the Jeevan Pramaan- an Aadhar based Digital Life Certificate for pensioners.
The Union Government on 10 November 2014 imposed fresh restrictions on foreign tours by bureaucrats.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in its first cabinet expansion added 21 more ministers to his government.
Drug Technical Advisory Committee headed by director general of health services Jagdish Prasad was on 6 November 2014 recommended...
The Law Commission headed by Justice (retd) A P Shah on 3 November 2014 recommended repeal of 73 more obsolete statutes.
The Supreme Court (SC) of India on 2 November 2014 held that the kitchen of Delhi Gymkhana Club is a factory under Employees State Insurance (ESI) Act, 1948.
Union Government on 30 October 2014 announced to amend the Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 and to include the Leader of Opposition
Supreme Court of India said that a minority government can be formed in Delhi with outside support of a political outfit.
Union Government announced compensation of 5 lakh rupees for kin of 3325 people who were killed during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Union Government submitted a list of 627 Indians holding black money abroad in a sealed cover.
Union Ministry of Tribal Affairs on 28 October 2014 launched Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana (VKY) for welfare of Tribal people.
Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on 28 October 2014 announced TB-Mission 2020 to eliminate Tuberculosis (TB) from India.
Supreme Court on 28 October 2014 rapped the Union Government and Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung over delay in Delhi Government formation.
The Union Government on 27 October 2014 disclosed names of black money account holders in an affidavit to Supreme Court.
Union Defence Ministry on 25 October 2014 cleared the deal worth 8000 crore rupees to buy anti tank missiles from Israel.
Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) on 24 October 2014 announced that donations to the Swach Bharat Kosh and the Clean Ganga Fund are now part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) spends by India Inc.
Union government de-regulated the price of diesel and hiked in domestically produced natural gas.