The Telegraph
Monday , February 3 , 2014
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Christians below political radar: Council

Christians in India have not been included in the mainstream political discourse despite substantial contributions to society and sustained efforts in nation-building, a national council of Protestant churches said today. ...   | Read..

Modi trades ‘poison’ barb with Sonia

Narendra Modi today played the nationalist, chastising a “divisive” Congress for “burning” Andhra Pradesh and expressing “shame” at th...   | Read..

48-hour ultimatum for Arvind

Three Delhi legislators, including an expelled Aam Aadmi Party MLA, have threatened to withdraw support to the Arvind Kejriwal government amid hints that two more could j...   | Read..

AAP runs into auto protest

Auto-rickshaw drivers, who played a huge role as Aam Aadmi Party campaigners in the run-up to last year’s elections, will sit in protest outside the secretariat fro...   | Read..

Pak not impressed

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has received a mixed reaction from the Pakistan media after his interaction with journalists, with one daily today calling him the “...   | Read..
Newly-weds Ahana Deol and Vaibhav Vora share a moment with Rekha at their reception on Sunday. The couple were also blessed by Narendra Modi, who fle ...  | Read
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Heading UPA II unwise: Dwivedi

A senior Congress leader has questioned whether it was prudent for the party to have headed the UPA...   | Read..

Jobless youth slaps Hooda

Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was today slapped by an unemployed youth who, poli...   | Read..

Lookout notice on Yash Birla

A “lookout” notice has been issued for industrialist Yash Birla, known for his presence on the party circuit...   | Read..

Aadhaar discovers street kids

An effort has begun to enrol India’s street children in the Aadhaar programme, which will allow them in principle ...   | Read..

Islamabad seeks statue

Pakistani authorities are planning to ask India to return the famous Dancing Girl statue from Mohenjodaro....   | Read..