The Telegraph
Friday , November 8 , 2013

Nitish, not Naxalites, on Modi mind

Narendra Modi made merely a tangential reference to Maoists today on a visit to rebel bastion Bastar in Chhattisgarh, but it revealed little about his thoughts on what the Prime Minister considers the biggest internal security threat to the country....   | Read..

IIT-IIM parting hope to Andhra

Human resource development minister M.M. Pallam Raju, who is not attending office since last month in protest against the decision to divide Andhra Pradesh, has recommend...   | Read..

Pune ‘accident’

The bodies of three young advertising executives were today fished out from a river on the outskirts of Pune, a day after their colleague’s body was found from the ...   | Read..

IIT research moan at top

The President and the Prime Minister today rued the poor research output at the IITs and the National Institutes of Technology, both echoing what academics have long desc...   | Read..

Born in Bengal, ‘sold’ in Delhi

Some 55,000 women and girls trafficked from Bengal are working as maids in Delhi, many of them “sold as bonded labourers” to wealthy households where they slo...   | Read..
Nitish, not Naxalites, on Modi mind
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The police commissioner of Mangalore in southern Karnataka received a surprise speed post packe...   | Read..

PM set to take risk on Lanka

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is preparing to visit Colombo next week despite opposition from w...   | Read..

Jagannath chariot off bounds for devotees

To touch or not to touch the Lord, that’s the question vexing Puri....   | Read..

Rahul support for Omar

Rahul Gandhi today appeared to be in favour of continuing his party’s alliance with the National Conference after ...   | Read..

Flip-flop finger at BJP

The CPM today accused the BJP of a double standard on opinion polls, saying the main Opposition had favoured a ban at an...   | Read..

Pollsters back rules to weed out frauds

Pollsters say a ban on opinion polls would be an attack on their fundamental rights, but most of them favour transparenc...   | Read..

Govt braces for VK book

A book by V.K. Singh, to be published tomorrow, has ministers and bureaucrats preparing for yet another round of firewor...   | Read..

DNA sleuths reach dead end on bus four

Forensic specialists have reached a dead end trying to identify four of the 45 passengers who were charred to death in ..   | Read..