The Telegraph
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Modi malice = ‘Anti-Gujarati’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday alleged that the Congress harboured " dwesh" (malice) towards Gujarat and Gujaratis as he launched an all-out attack on the rival, betraying signs...   | Read..

Troops cut tweak after CM's call

The Centre has decided to withdraw fewer troops from Darjeeling than it had initially proposed, following a conversation between chief minister Mamata Banerjee and Union...   | Read..

Nitish & voice don't match

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is set to soon lose his national voice. Close aide, JDU general secretary and national spokesperson, Pavan Varma, has begun to publicly...   | Read..

Bad cop, good cop on Taj Mahal

Controversial BJP legislator Sangeet Som has said the Mughals were a "blot" on Indian culture and would soon be removed from the history books, and appeared to...   | Read..

Cosmic gold factories

A global consortium of scientists, including physicists from Calcutta, has detected waves from a cosmic collision that gave birth to gold.   | Read..

Sound of poll peals in hills

Raise my hand, enrol my name/Stamp my vote, never be the same/Find my voice, speak my mind/Tell the world. Tarak tak tak... (Excerpts from Tarak tak tak )   | Read..

Right to know hardly known

Jharkhand has not utilised the benefits of Right to Information (RTI) Act, 2005, as much as the rest of India.   | Read..

Demand on varsity valid: CM

Chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said he had every right to demand that Patna University (PU) be made a central university.   | Read..

Panel to study hydel project

The Eastern zone bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday asked the Union ministry of environment and forests to constitute a three-member committee to study...   | Read..
Modi malice = ‘Anti-Gujarati’
Quote of the Day

No more Red Fort speeches on 15th August?


after Mughals were called a 'blot' on Indian culture