The Telegraph
Thursday , August 1 , 2013

Second state panel card to buy time

The Congress leadership’s calculated risk on Telangana has created unease within some sections of the party which fear problems in several states but the majority of leaders concede this was the best time to bite the bullet....   | Read..

President’s gift score: 74 in debut year

The Chinese came with a chariot. The French arrived with a metal lion. Pakistan sent two carpets. And Sri Lanka dished up a dinner set....   | Read..

Split fury on Indira, Rajiv statues

Statues of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were targeted and the home of a Union minister stoned by anti-Telangana protesters today, the attacks fuelled by a suicide and i...   | Read..

ISI questions JEE formula

The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta, has distanced itself from the controversial formula for normalising marks awarded by different school boards for ...   | Read..

Clamour to crack whip on Shatrughan

The BJP central leadership is being increasingly pressured by the party’s Bihar unit to crack the whip on Shatrughan Sinha for his “pro-Nitish Kumar” an...   | Read..
President’s gift score: 74 in debut year
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‘T’ for Telangana, tweet & tasteless repartee

Author and columnist Shobhaa De was caught in a storm today after a tweet in which she reacted ...   | Read..

Lost & found tale Sujatha can tell Chinese

Sujatha Singh, India’s new foreign secretary, promises to spring many surprises during he...   | Read..

Insider trading cuffs on Indian

US federal authorities, continuing their campaign against insider trading, announced criminal charges yesterday against ...   | Read..

Nasheed at Delhi door

Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed will visit India on Thursday ahead of key presidential elections in the tiny b...   | Read..

Scientist sees port threat to rare turtles

Olive Ridley turtle populations mass nesting on Odisha’s coast now appear stable after what seemed like alarming p...   | Read..

SC worry at Radia tapes

The Supreme Court today said “many uncomfortable things” had emerged in the Niira Radia tapes....   | Read..

Plank gone, Modi fires questions

Telangana’s announcement has left the BJP bereft of the only issue it had hoped to ride on in Andhra Pradesh, othe...   | Read..

Jammu death ire

Protests broke out in parts of Jammu today after an Amarnath pilgrim hit by stone-throwers in the Valley succumbed to in...   | Read..