The Telegraph
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

On Modi's turf, Rahul rubs it in

The BJP found itself on an unfamiliar terrain in the Prime Minister's home state today with Rahul Gandhi riling it with a bribery allegation and parading an influential OBC leader who had joined...   | Read..

Emissary named in Delhi shift on Kashmir

The Centre has appointed a representative to initiate a sustained dialogue with all stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir and understand the "legitimate aspirations"...   | Read..

Open to ties with Cong: BJD leader

The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) "is open to an alliance with secular parties, including the Congress, to contain the BJP" in Odisha, Damodar Rout, the ruling party's...   | Read..

Centre faces anthem music

A Supreme Court bench has said if people do not stand up when the national anthem is being played, they cannot be branded "anti-national" and dared the Centre to...   | Read..

Uncertainty over test for school teachers

Tens of thousands of would-be schoolteachers have been left in the lurch with the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, usually held twice a year, not being conducted at all...   | Read..

On road, judge sees what cops would not

A high court judge on Monday said he saw several vehicles, including one sporting a "Government of India" board, being allowed to pause near a flyover and pick up...   | Read..

Controversy dogs appointment in CBI

The Centre has appointed a Gujarat-cadre IPS officer as special director in the CBI in spite of the Central Vigilance Commission apparently raising questions related to...   | Read..

Indian touch to Who

The new Dr Who, the first woman after 12 male Time Lords, is to have three new companions, one of them an Indian-origin actress, the BBC announced on Monday.   | Read..

BJD 'open to' Cong alliance

The BJD is "open to an alliance with secular parties, including the Congress, to contain the BJP" in Odisha, the ruling party's vice-president and agriculture...   | Read..

Nalanda in dark over tragedy fear in US

Sherin Mathews, a three-year-old girl adopted from Bihar by an Indian-American couple from Texas who was missing for over two weeks after her foster father sent her outside...   | Read..

State pushes malaria claim

Almost a month after the 11-year-old tribal girl in Simdega allegedly starved to death, State Commission for Protection of Child Rights chairperson Arti Kujur, who led a...   | Read..
On Modi's turf, Rahul rubs it in
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