The Telegraph
Wednesday , May 16 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

‘Indecent’ ads and beer upset House

After targeting a cartoon last week, Lok Sabha MPs today trained their guns at “indecent” advertisements, demanding a process of censorship and forcing the government to agree to an all-party meeting to discuss regulation....   | Read..

Fizz over Kali label

The BJP today demanded the Centre ask the US ambassador to India to apologise over an American brewery naming a beer after the goddess Kali....   | Read..

‘Private profit’ tag on aborted Devas deal

The Indian space agency’s satellite deal with the private entity Devas Multimedia, scrapped by the government last year, was “a classic case of public investm...   | Read..

Constitution series for TV

Offensive cartoons? Get reel....   | Read..

Foreign cash lens on Maoists

The Centre has not ruled out the possibility that Maoists receive foreign funds through front organisations....   | Read..
Lioness Shobha with two of her cubs at Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Borivali in Mumbai. The lioness who gave birth to three cubs in September was a ...  | Read
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Jaya offers subsidy for Mansarovar pilgrimage

Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa today announced a subsidy for Hindu pilgrims travelling ...   | Read..

SP waits for BJP word on President

Mulayam Singh Yadav has ruled out the prospect of the non-Congress, non-BJP parties fielding a ...   | Read..

Bhat fear for life opens old wounds

Senior Hurriyat leader Abdul Gani Bhat’s fear, voiced at a gathering yesterday, that militants might kill him has ...   | Read..

Stamp duty

The state can fix higher stamp duty on property transactions done through power of attorney vested in an outsider, as agains...   | Read..

Haj team selection order to PMO

The Central Information Commission has directed the Prime Minister’s Office to display on its website the process of s...   | Read..