The Telegraph
Thursday , April 3 , 2014

Lessons from mistakes of distant past, thunder from hoary past

Change of guard for Bengal, change of lifestyle for Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. The ever-burning poison stick has been cast away, and with that the frequent gasps interrupting the flow of words. He has been forced to discard the dhoti, too, in favour of the pajama. And the 70-year-old former chief minister has more time ...   | Read..

Cong targets Modi model

The Congress today targeted what it called the “Gujarat model of democracy”, shifting focus from Narendra Modi’s development claims to expose the BJP ma...   | Read..

Rahul accepts Varun praise

Rahul Gandhi today said Amethi was his “second home”, as he seized on estranged cousin Varun Gandhi’s comments last night to highlight the effort he had...   | Read..

Family reluctant but Tania is face of election

Nido Tania had once told his mother Marina that he wanted his name to outlast him....   | Read..

Terror threat in letter to Welham

Dehradun police have beefed up security in and around Welham Girls’ School, one of the most prestigious residential schools in the country, following a threat lette...   | Read..
Sonia Gandhi on her way to file her nomination in Rae Bareli on Wednesday. (PTI)
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SC scan on govt poll-eve ads

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and states to suggest ways to restrict the spurt in el...   | Read..

Modi grazes on ‘Pink Revolution’ grass

Narendra Modi today accused the Centre of promoting a “Pink Revolution” — spr...   | Read..

Bijlee on its way, ahead of elections

Khati’s prominence in Kumaon comes from its location on the trail to the Pindari glacier. ...   | Read..

Scan on ‘caste’ in Katara case

Delhi High Court today upheld the conviction of Uttar Pradesh politician D.P. Yadav’s son Vikas in the Nitish Katara m...   | Read..

Techies crowd PM fellowship

For a two-year-old, the Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellowship has done rather well....   | Read..