The Telegraph
Wednesday , February 19 , 2014
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Blackout or not, TV goes on the blink

Breaking news at 7:08pm: Congress minister Rajeev Shukla says Speaker’s decision to black out Lok Sabha TV during the debate on Telangana bill is justified....   | Read..

Cheers, quit queue on two sides

The passage of the statehood bill spurred jubilation across Hyderabad and towns and villages of Telangana as activists and sympathisers hit the streets with flags shoutin...   | Read..

Sushma out of LK shadow

Sushma Swaraj has come out of mentor L.K. Advani’s shadow as Lok Sabha Opposition leader, if only at the fag end of this House’s term, in backing Telangana....   | Read..

Left twins divided in vote

Left twins CPM and CPI were on opposite sides of the Telangana divide in the Lok Sabha today. ...   | Read..

Naidu uneasy, BJP cool

The BJP’s unequivocal endorsement of the Telangana bill in the Lok Sabha unsettled its prospective Andhra Pradesh ally, the Telugu Desam Party. The TDP had vacillat...   | Read..
Supporters of the Telangana Rashtra Samiti, the spearhead of the statehood movement, celebrate with hot pink powder at the residence of their leader K ...  | Read
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Gold brighter than PC, Rajan

Indians have always succumbed to the seductive appeal of gold — and try as hard as it mig...   | Read..

‘Unending’ riots probe irks SC

The Supreme Court yesterday virtually expressed its exasperation over the manner in which the i...   | Read..

Tears for loss of Hyderabad

Seemandhra has lost the tug-of-war over Hyderabad to Telangana and its people are more than worried they will be treated...   | Read..

Focus shifts from gallows to Jaya stand

The Jayalalithaa government is unlikely to release the three Rajiv Gandhi assassins despite the Supreme Court’s vi...   | Read..

Afzal widow leads

The widow of executed Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru today accused Delhi of having a “different set of laws&...   | Read..

Anna meets his Didi and ‘good leader’

Mamata Banerjee hosted social activist Anna Hazare to dinner tonight but it was the Congress-led government that got a m...   | Read..

Italy recalls envoy in marines protest

Italy today recalled its ambassador here in protest against what it called “unacceptable” delays in court pr...   | Read..

Broken: Rahul Gandhi’s ‘T’ Vinci code

Rahul Gandhi took the name “Rahul Vinci” when he studied for a year at Trinity College, Cambridge, from 1994...   | Read..

Tejpal lawyer stays away

Tehelka founder-editor Tarun Tejpal today missed another opportunity to seek bail with his defence counsel not showing u...   | Read..

Seven Maoists killed

Seven suspected Maoists were killed last night in an encounter in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli following pointed tip...   | Read..

Capital crying out to be built

Seemandhra’s “capital” city is beckoning, if only anyone cares to see....   | Read..

Sprayer to ‘healer’

The man who introduced Parliament to the disruptive power of pepper spray stepped down as an MP today. ...   | Read..

PC boost for foreign affairs budget

Finance minister P. Chidambaram yesterday announced a 20 per cent hike in the nation’s diplomatic budget in a move...   | Read..

Camels bring Kella memories

The camels ambled along from nowhere, prompting someone on the set to ask: “Hey, but where is Jatayu?”...   | Read..

Shooting in sweet spot

A salesman at a sweet shop not far from Parliament famous for its Bengali sweets was shot at by a private guard tonight foll...   | Read..