The Telegraph
Saturday, November 18, 2017

Moody's lifts India's rank and govt mood

The Narendra Modi government finally has something to crow about with Moody's Investor Services, the New York-based global credit rating agency, upgrading its rating on India's sovereign bonds for...   | Read..

Diplomat smog worry

The Delhi smog has affected tourist arrivals and the functioning of some of the embassies, the dean of diplomatic corps has revealed.   | Read..

Dengue list under stress

A Calcutta High Court judge on Friday questioned the "reliability" of the Bengal government's dengue death report after a petitioner named four people who...   | Read..

Molested in auto that veered off: JU student

A first-year Jadavpur University student has told police that the auto-rickshaw she had boarded from the campus's Gate No. 4 was driven into a warren of alleyways outside...   | Read..

BJP plays safe with tested faces in Gujarat

The BJP's first list of 70 candidates in Gujarat betrays an extremely cautious approach in this apparently difficult elections as 60 sitting legislators have been...   | Read..

Bill? Touch wood

Karnataka, where techies as well as tormentors of rationalists have struck deep roots, has taken the first decisive stride to outlaw black magic but has run into charges of...   | Read..

Bihar woman files instant talaq complaint

A woman in Sitamarhi district has lodged a complaint accusing her husband of divorcing her through instant triple talaq, a Muslim practice banned and rendered illegal by...   | Read..

Probe sop to pacify babus

Over 800 officials of Jharkhand administrative services, who had gone on a mass leave alleging police witch-hunt against them in the name of combating corruption, will...   | Read..

Gupshup after Gappu bite

Rahul Gandhi and Tejashwi Prasad Yadav had lunch together at a restaurant in Delhi on Friday, a day after the young Bihar leader dubbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi...   | Read..

JDU arrow in Nitish quiver

The Election Commission on Friday ruled that the faction led by chief minister Nitish Kumar is entitled to use the arrow poll symbol of the Janata Dal United.   | Read..

Paddy plea at PM door

An Assembly committee will seek a fresh appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider Odisha's demand to increase the minimum support price for paddy.   | Read..

Coup blow to boxing team

Zimbabwe has been knocked out of the AIBA Women's Youth World Boxing Championship here from Sunday even before they could take to the ring, as a result of the military coup...   | Read..

The champion of free press

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has celebrated National Press Day by committing his government to "upholding freedom of press and expression in all forms".   | Read..

ISL IV: Broadening the ambit

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ATK and Blasters ready for battle

Optimism will mingle with curiosity when the revamped Indian Super League’s fourth season kicks off here on Friday with more teams and home-grown players seeking to...   | Read..

Christian anguish

A national colloquium of Catholic missionaries in Calcutta on Thursday heard an assertion tinged with anguish: "We have a right to be present and that very right is...   | Read..

Rahul targets holy cows

A combative Rahul Gandhi has stepped into an arena that the Congress old guard usually skirts: corporate India.   | Read..

Nehru with sister gives BJP the blushes

The BJP's IT manager has tweeted a collage of nine pictures of Jawaharlal Nehru with women to counter a Congress leader's comparison of Hardik Patel with Sardar Vallabhbhai...   | Read..

Freedom of expression sacred: SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking a stay on a film on Arvind Kejriwal, saying "freedom of speech and expression is sacrosanct and the said...   | Read..

Smiling Mugabe riddle

A smiling President Robert Mugabe was pictured shaking hands with Zimbabwe's military chief a day after the army seized power, throwing confusion over predictions that the...   | Read..
Homecoming: Majid Khan, a 20-year-old student and footballer nicknamed “David Beckham of Sadikabad” because of his Caucasian looks,...   | Read..
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Every time a youngster resorts to violence, it is his family which suffers the most