The Telegraph
Tuesday , February 25 , 2014

BJP drive to plug Dalit gap

The BJP today welcomed a Dalit leader into the party and was in the process of sealing a tie-up with another, as it reached out to widen Narendra Modi’s acceptability and connect with the lowest rungs on the heartland’s social ladder....   | Read..

Modi looms on Rahul show

Rahul Gandhi today veered off land, credit and pesticide-related questions at a farmers’ meeting to focus on “one person”....   | Read..

Marines’ relief

The Centre today told the Supreme Court it had decided to drop anti-piracy charges against the two Italian marines that would have brought them the death penalty on convi...   | Read..

Bid to tie convict loose ends

The Supreme Court will on Thursday hear a fresh plea by the Centre to stay the release of four of Rajiv Gandhi’s killers, other than the three whose death penalties...   | Read..

Editors’ guild hits back

The Editors’ Guild of India has condemned barbs on the media hurled by political leaders and other public figures....   | Read..
A leopard sparked panic in Meerut on Sunday when it strayed inside a hospital, a cinema and an apartment block before evading captors. ...  | Read
Nation Briefs
bullet World war letter
bullet Shinde relief
bullet Fire at IIT
bullet Permit row

Andhra split test for polls on time

Parliament has okayed the split plan but the Election Commission and the Centre face a tough ch...   | Read..

Paswan stirs Cong rush for allies

The Congress has urged secular parties to decide “what is in larger national interestR...   | Read..

Restoring India’s calculus crown

George Gheverghese Joseph is on a mission to reclaim India’s pride of place in the world of mathematics. An emerit...   | Read..

Jaya convict vow & poll list

Jayalalithaa today vowed to counter the Centre’s challenge to her plan to release the Rajiv Gandhi assassination c...   | Read..

AK sits on 4 deals, but clears LMG

Defence minister A.K. Antony has cleared Rs 10,000 crore worth of pending military purchases at the fag end of the UPA I...   | Read..