The Telegraph
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
 

After joke, real tolerance test

Kerala High Court has directed the Union information and broadcasting ministry to screen at the ongoing film festival in Goa a Malayalam movie that was dropped in spite of the jury choosing it.   | Read..

Glare back on hospital bills

A claim that a Fortis Healthcare hospital in Gurgaon had charged Rs 18 lakh from the parents of a seven-year-old girl who died after dengue complications has rekindled a...   | Read..

India judge wins after 'Brexit'

India secured its place in the International Court of Justice after Britain withdrew its candidate ahead of a second run-off poll at the UN on Monday, ending a stand-off...   | Read..

Deep fine leg, mate!

It is hard enough for England to beat Australia in their own backyard without the added distraction of a bevy of scantily clad women at the side of the pitch.   | Read..

Love jihad trial privacy plea

The father of the woman at the centre of an alleged love-jihad controversy has moved the Supreme Court seeking an in-camera interaction, saying a family's misery should not...   | Read..

Hadiya dad for private hearing

The father of the woman at the centre of an alleged love-jihad controversy has moved the Supreme Court seeking an in-camera interaction, saying a family's misery should not...   | Read..

Mugabe steps down

Robert Mugabe on Tuesday resigned as president of Zimbabwe, parliament speaker Jacob Mudenda announced, bringing the curtain down on a 37-year reign.   | Read..

'Brexit' lifts India judge at The Hague

India secured its place in the International Court of Justice at The Hague after Britain withdrew its candidate ahead of a second run-off poll at the UN on Monday, ending a...   | Read..

Court order to show Durga

Kerala High Court on Tuesday ordered that the Malayalam film S Durga be screened at the ongoing international film festival in Goa, days after the Union information and...   | Read..

Tripura scribe shot dead at police base

A senior journalist was shot dead allegedly by a Tripura State Rifles 2nd Battalion rifleman during an altercation with the battalion's commandant inside the unit's...   | Read..

Rasagolla link to Lord

Odisha will apply for geographical indication tag for its own brand of rasagolla, which will be known as "Jagannath Rasagolla" and not "Pahala Rasagolla".   | Read..

Lalu wields word sword at rivals

Lalu Prasad started his tenth innings as RJD national president on Tuesday with a speech that despatched his political rivals beyond the boundary line with signature shots...   | Read..

Benefits, but no job

Buxar district magistrate Arvind Kumar Verma on Tuesday said monetary and other benefits to the family of Tauqeer Akram, the senior deputy collector who was found hanging...   | Read..

Murder fine slap on govt

Patna High Court slapped a fine of Rs 10,000 on the Bihar government on Tuesday for not filing its reply to the court in the murder case of senior BJP leader Visheshwar Ojha.   | Read..

Tripura scribe shot dead

A journalist was gunned down with an AK-47 by a jawan inside the base of a counter-insurgency force in Tripura on Tuesday after the commandant accused him of lifting an...   | Read..

December die cast for Rahul

The speculation over Rahul Gandhi's elevation to Congress president ended on Monday with the party declaring an election schedule that indicates he could be anointed in the...   | Read..

Das Munshi is no more

Priya Ranjan Das Munshi, who became one of the most influential Congress leaders from Bengal and who mentored several politicians who are notable figures in the Trinamul...   | Read..

Guest without dust after a long journey

New observations on what is believed to be the first asteroid known to have entered the solar system from interstellar space have revealed surprises: it appears to be a...   | Read..

Military flag day nudge to varsities

The University Grants Commission has written to all the country's 800 universities, urging them to observe the Armed Forces Flag Day on their campuses on December 7 to...   | Read..

Hardik hurdle and Atal

Hardik Patel on Monday sent out subtle appeals for compromise in the interest of the larger cause, torn between rising ambitions of Patidar leaders and the Congress's...   | Read..
Zimbabweans erupt in jubilation as President Robert Mugabe, who once proclaimed that “only God will remove me!”, resigned on Tuesday...   | Read..
 
Quote of the Day

Only one man knows and they call him Brahma.... Till Brahma orders, we won't know the dates (of the Parliament session)

MALLIKARJUN KHARGE

in a jibe at Narendra Modi