The Telegraph
Thursday , January 3 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

Two views on law in victim’s name

Opinions are divided over a suggestion to name a proposed tougher law on sex crimes after the Delhi gang rape victim who died last week. ...   | Read..

Player beats terror error

Parvez Rasool is tasting the “fruits of patience” — and the frame of mind to put behind him the few hours that could have tainted his life forever....   | Read..

SC gives priority to women safety pleas

The Supreme Court has agreed to take up tomorrow two PILs seeking a series of directives to the Centre and states to ensure the Delhi gang rape isn’t repeated....   | Read..

Lawyers to boycott gang rape accused

Lawyers of the Delhi area where a fast-track court will try the accused in the December 16 gang rape case have decided not to defend any of them....   | Read..

Govt to play benevolent landlord

Enter, a benevolent landlord who is better known by an impersonal 10-letter word. ...   | Read..
The Centre has directed all state transport undertakings to make sure their buses are fitted with GPS so that they can be tracked in real time. Mysore ...  | Read
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Months pass after Pune night alert

The call to act — and fast — had come three months ago....   | Read..

Judo, karate in Andhra schools

The Andhra Pradesh government is thinking of teaching school and college girls the art of self-...   | Read..

Centre ‘most neglected’ litigant, says book

A former additional solicitor-general has accused the Centre’s revenue department of fighting Supreme Court cases ...   | Read..

Tough tests await Cong in year ahead

The year that ended on Monday was exceptionally challenging for the ruling combine, inflicting some indelible scars on t...   | Read..

Too many leaders hobble Cong in MP

At a recent state Congress meeting in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, such was the scramble to grab a seat on the dais that D...   | Read..

Fasting farmers in silent protest

Christmas came and went and 31st night slipped into a new year, but Rajesh Gangwan hasn’t had a bite the past eigh...   | Read..

JNU first off the blocks to check plagiarism

An expert panel led by a JNU professor has been working on ways to check plagiarism in the university, in the first such...   | Read..

Race to take Virbhadra party post

Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh has quit as state Congress chief in line with the one-man-one-post princ...   | Read..