The Telegraph
Thursday , January 19 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999
Lokayukta loss & tick-off for Modi
Gujarat High Court today upheld the appointment of retired judge R.A. Mehta as the state’s lokayukta, describing chief minister Narendra Modi’s tactics as “pranks”. ...  | Read.. 
Gadkari jitters for BJP seniors
Nitin Gadkari’s dominant presence in Uttar Pradesh in the election run-up has nettled some BJP seniors who feel he is “playing for bigger stakes”. ...  | Read.. 
Arrest blows lid off visa racket
The foreigners’ division of the Union home ministry has come under the CBI’s scanner following the arrest of section officer Pradeep Kumar Singh yesterday in a ...  | Read.. 
Push for road safety lessons in school
If the ministry of road transport and highways has its way, students will soon be taught about road safety in school. ...  | Read.. 
Railway tightens ID proof rule
The railway has made it mandatory for all travellers in AC coaches to carry identity proof, so far required only of passengers with e-tickets or tatkal tickets. ...  | Read.. 
A labourer removes a gravestone of one of 11 Japanese soldiers buried in the Gauhati War Cemetery on Wednesday. A Japanese team is in India to take b ...  | Read
Rushdie visit alert
Flight delay
CISF chief
Plane harass
Watch Top Gear, decide for yourself
The BBC has rejected the charge that its Top Gear programme, which provoked the Indian h..  | Read.. 
Congress demands apology from BJP
The Congress today grabbed the opportunity created by the Gujarat High Court decision to uphold..  | Read.. 
Education accounting
Nearly 20,000 educational institutions across the count ...  | Read.. 

Wife whiff in Munde feud
Anna has struck, but this time it is the BJP that is cr ...  | Read.. 

Jail for forging two PMs’ signatures
A husband who forged the signatures of not one but two Prim ...  | Read.. 

Complaint box at AIIMS pharmacy
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will pu ...  | Read..