The Telegraph
Friday , November 1 , 2013

Prime suspect in Patna blasts dead

Updated: 01 November 2013, Friday, 13:35 hrs (IST)
The prime suspect in the Patna serial blasts died in the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences hospital here. ...   | Read..

Name: matches; father’s name: matches;
marks: not bad

An alumnus whose first name and father’s name match those of a suspect wanted for the Patna blasts is aged 15 years and six months, according to the date of birth r...   | Read..

Land parcels open up in Calcutta

The Bengal government today took a baby step towards restructuring the ailing transport sector by inviting bids for 373 cottahs lying unused at six depots of one of the trans...   | Read..

Chance to say ‘No, minister’

The Supreme Court today said civil servants should follow only written instructions from superiors, suggesting this could go some way in insulating them against “wrongf...   | Read..

Dimapur rally shouts down taxation

The round-faced clock mounted on the tower in the heart of Dimapur, Nagaland’s commercial hub, marked a new time this morning, as over 10,000 people defied a milita...   | Read..

Phailin pat on Team Naveen

The visiting central team today praised the state government’s relief efforts during Phailin and the subsequent floods that hit the state in two spells this month....   | Read..

Lalu denied bail

Jharkhand High Court today rejected the bail plea of former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad, who is serving a five-year sentence in Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Central ...   | Read..
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