The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 18 , 2014
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Once bitten, Rahul amends bites

Rahul Gandhi’s attack on Narendra Modi on the question of accountability for the 2002 Gujarat riots is being widely welcomed by party leaders who felt his tentative approach in his first televised interview had not done much good to the party....   | Read..

Reluctant Kuala Lumpur ties US hands

American intelligence and law enforcement agencies renewed their search over the weekend for any evidence that the diversion of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was part of a...   | Read..

Fear of fall between two stools

When D.L. Ravindra Reddy, health minister in the former Kiran Reddy government, today announced he was joining the Telugu Desam Party, it was the latest in a series of se...   | Read..

Jaitley fires ‘sinking ship’ salvo

BJP leader Arun Jaitley today compared the Congress to a “sinking ship”, alleging that senior leaders had begun deserting the party by refusing to contest the...   | Read..

Peek into moment after creation

Astronomers using a telescope near the South Pole have detected the first ever signatures of gravitational waves — feeble ripples in space-time — lingering in...   | Read..
Kareena Kapoor walks the ramp at a fashion show in Mumbai on Sunday. (Fotocorp)
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Mystery unites Chinese media and blogs

Xie Lu’s posts on popular Chinese microblogging site Sina Weibo usually criticise her cou...   | Read..

Saba finds job papa gave her ‘enriching’

Saba Ali Khan, the older daughter of Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, finds being the custodian of Mus...   | Read..

Sena loses voice to NCP

Shiv Sena spokesperson Rahul Narvekar joined the NCP today and will contest the Lok Sabha polls from the Maval constitue...   | Read..

Fresh ally trouble hits BJP in south

The BJP is facing a second rebellion by a Tamil Nadu ally just days after quelling the first by actor-politician Vijayak...   | Read..

More killed by beasts than militants in J&K

As one conflict wanes in Jammu and Kashmir, another is getting deadlier....   | Read..

Arvind leaves Varanasi decision to people

Arvind Kejriwal has declared he is ready to take on Narendra Modi by contesting the election from Varanasi if people ask...   | Read..

First step for grand Krishna temple

Coming up in Vrindavan: a 700-foot-tall temple that may well be the grandest yet in India....   | Read..

Govt wants to keep hands off coaching cells

The Union human resource development ministry will tell the Supreme Court that private coaching institutions do not come...   | Read..