The Telegraph
Thursday, November 23, 2017
 

Hardik makes BJP cry 'fools'

Hardik Patel has overcome hurdles and hesitation to declare an agreement with the Congress for the Gujarat polls next month, provoking the deputy chief minister to call the allies "fools".   | Read..

Funeral ire on VIP culture

A distraught doctor on way to a funeral in Patna via Calcutta confronted a Union minister after multiple flight delays in the Manipur capital were blamed on the security...   | Read..

Judges' salary set to double

The salaries of Supreme Court and high court judges are expected to more than double.   | Read..

Cancer divine justice: Minister

One of the most powerful ministers and BJP leaders in Assam has been accused of saying that cancer was the result of "divine justice".   | Read..

Bamboo curtain to lift

Bamboo has a plethora of utilities, making it the nature's equivalent of a Swiss knife and something that has enriched the Indian lexicon with an evocative - and indelicate...   | Read..

Municipal chief killed

The chairman of the Trinamul-run Bhadreswar municipality was shot dead on Tuesday night, reports a staff reporter.   | Read..

Covered by govt health insurance, still paying hospital bills

Most households covered by government-funded health insurance have to use personal funds to pay for hospitalisation, a study has suggested, iterating concerns about the...   | Read..

Govt goes beyond Biju

The state government on Wednesday decided to launch an irrigation scheme named after former chief minister Nabakrushna Choudhury - a gesture seen as a bid to dispel the...   | Read..

Doc's salary SOS to CM

A government doctor, rattled by the suicide of Buxar senior deputy collector Tauqeer Akram, has written to chief minister Nitish Kumar, complaining that he hasn't received...   | Read..

Maoist link lens on Gumla trader

A National Investigation Agency (NIA) team from the state capital on Wednesday raided the house of a contractor on Sisai Road in Gumla, around 95km from here, for his...   | Read..

Sajal gets 5yr RI in fodder scam

A special CBI court on Wednesday awarded five years of rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 4 lakh to former Jharkhand chief secretary Sajal Chakraborty who was held...   | Read..

Jharcraft delivers beyond governor expectations

There's more to Jharkhand than being the land of Dhoni and the Tatas, governor Droupadi Murmu told a gathering at Pragati Maidan here on Wednesday.   | Read..

Cop remand for TSR officer

The chief judicial magistrate's court here on Wednesday remanded commandant Tapan Debbarma of the Tripura State Rifles (TSR) 2nd battalion and his personal security guard...   | Read..

Actor Biju Phukan no more

He is to Assam what Uttam Kumar is to Bengal, to Assam's cinema what Jayanta Hazarika is to its music - evergreen.   | Read..

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...   | 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..

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..

'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..
Europe’s most shameful chapter of atrocity and bloodletting since World War II took a step towards closure on Wednesday. The International...   | Read..
 
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