The Telegraph
Wednesday , October 17 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Panel to look into Vadra land deals

An indirect official inquiry has been instituted for the first time into Robert Vadra’s land deals in Haryana following an allegation by an IAS officer that he was shunted out for ordering a probe....   | Read..

Acquisition free-hand for govt in central land bill

A group of ministers (GoM) today cleared a bill that gives state governments full freedom to decide the role they want to play in land acquisition for private industry, i...   | Read..

CM’s ‘not an inch’ moment

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today admitted that acquiring even “an inch of land” in Bengal has become a problem but the champion of land-related protests w...   | Read..

Companies warm up to school plan

Top industry captains like Ratan Tata and Mukesh Ambani have responded to minister Kapil Sibal’s appeal to set up schools in rural areas under a public-private-part...   | Read..

Jangipur fillip fans BJP poll review

The BJP’s “unanticipated success” in the Jangipur by-election has prompted its core committee leaders to do a daily assessment of the party’s posi...   | Read..
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First 3-star Bengal GOC

Lt Gen. Ashok Kumar Choudhary, former director general military operations (DGMO) at army headq...   | Read..

BJP girds for Arvind attack

The BJP is bracing for tomorrow’s planned “expose” by Arvind Kejriwal and ass...   | Read..

$50m to conserve biological diversity

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today announced $50 million (Rs 2,650 crore) for efforts to strengthen bio-diversity conse...   | Read..