The Telegraph
Monday , February 17 , 2014

Kejriwal leaves behind subsidies, FIRs

Arvind Kejriwal may have stepped down as Delhi chief minister but several announcements his government made during the 49 days it was in power — such as the electricity and water subsidies and the FIR against Mukesh Ambani and others — will survive, senior officials said....   | Read..

Search for package, not pepper

Bifurcation staring them in their faces, the people of Seemandhra have begun focusing on the next step: nature and quantum of maintenance and when it will land....   | Read..

Cops on edge over Modi

Security agencies are trying to keep pace with Narendra Modi following inputs that militants could target the Gujarat leader who has embarked on a whirlwind cross-country election ...   | Read..

Maria takes charge, peers upset

The cop who cracked the 1993 serial blasts and investigated nearly every major terror attack on Mumbai, including the 26/11 siege, took over as the city’s police ch...   | Read..

BJP asset-creation pitch

If the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance is voted to power in the upcoming national elections, it would seek to link poverty alleviation schemes to creation of assets,...   | Read..
Himachal Pradesh is facing extreme cold conditions after parts of the state received heavy to moderate snowfall and rain over the weekend. ...  | Read
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Privileges panel to scan spray attack

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has referred the pepper spray attack to a parliamentary panel wit...   | Read..

Naxalite shadow on new village roads

Road construction in 27 Maoist-hit districts, including Bengal’s West Midnapore, under a ...   | Read..