The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 4 , 2014

Pragmatism key to PM farewell meet

Manmohan Singh will balance India’s security concerns with its pragmatic interests during his two-day trip to Myanmar to attend tomorrow’s Bimstec summit and bid farewell to neighbourhood leaders....   | Read..

Gadkari meets Raj

Hours after the Mumbai unit of the BJP denied a “secret” meeting between Nitin Gadkari and Raj Thackeray on Monday, the BJP leader admitted having met the MNS...   | Read..

Batteries on sub not past expiry date: Navy

The navy has denied that fire from expired batteries in its submarine, the INS Sindhuratna, killed two officers, leading to the resignation of the navy chief last week....   | Read..

Lost temper? Watch your heart for two hours

In the election season of name-calling, finger-pointing and mud-slinging, make sure to keep an eye on yourself for two hours after the worst bouts of anger....   | Read..

SC medicine notice to Tripura

A Tripura Congress spokesperson has moved the Supreme Court seeking a CBI probe into the CPM-led state government’s procurement of “substandard” medicin...   | Read..

Court glare on HIV bias

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre, all states and Union territories and the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights to respond to a plea to stop schools...   | Read..
Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin became the 53rd Dai-al-Mutlaq (head of the community) of the Dawoodi Bohras after the recent death of his
father Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin. Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin is seen here leading his
followers in maatam (expression of grief for the martyrdom of Imam Hussain)
Nation Briefs
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Sonia hosts dinner

Sonia Gandhi tonight hosted dinner for party MPs and their spouses and kept the event strictly ...   | Read..

Subrata leaves for Delhi by car

Subrata Roy left for New Delhi this afternoon in a convoy of five vehicles, having spent three ...   | Read..

Rolls-Royce freeze to bite air force

India has put on hold contracts with UK engine-maker Rolls-Royce after the company was said to have admitted in a letter...   | Read..

Thumbs-up to non-stop review

Schoolchildren and their parents, teachers and principals have purportedly given a resounding thumbs-up to a new system ...   | Read..

Jaya looks north, slams UPA

Jayalalithaa today looked northwards as she sounded the ballot bugle, accusing the UPA of repeatedly betraying Tamil Nad...   | Read..

SC refuses to ban ‘hate speeches’

The Supreme Court today dismissed a PIL seeking a ban on “hate speeches” in the run-up to the general election,...   | Read..

TRS-Cong merger off

Telangana spearhead TRS today decided not to merge with the Congress, saying it would remain independent to “redee...   | Read..

Attacks in China, Pak find echo in Valley

Suspected militants killed two policemen near a court in Pulwama while another knifed a cop elsewhere in the south Kashm...   | Read..

J&K furore on Farooq ‘quote’

Media reports that quoted Farooq Abdullah as saying that Kashmiris are “the biggest thieves” have left the s...   | Read..

Australia lesson: cows graze in open lands

Cows and sheep graze in open lands....   | Read..