The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 3 , 2014
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Eye on UP in officer extension

The Centre today approved a six-month extension for cabinet secretary Ajit Kumar Seth, less than a fortnight before the government’s top bureaucrat was to retire, apparently to ensure continuity and help the new regime settle down....   | Read..

Telangana CM in saddle, with fetish for No. 6

K. Chandrasekhar Rao assumed charge today as the first chief minister of the country’s newest state, vowing to root out “political corruption” and confi...   | Read..

Shah advises UP caution

Amit Shah has counselled his BJP colleagues, especially those in Uttar Pradesh, to step cautiously on the volatile terrain of Badaun where two cousins were raped and hang...   | Read..

Street siege steps up rape heat on Akhilesh

A resurgent BJP today besieged the street leading to chief minister Akhilesh Yadav’s office, its motivation underlined by the way its state president joined thousan...   | Read..

Look what the Tatas are now dabbling in: books

This year’s Hay Festival, which is to Britain what the Jaipur Literature Festival is to India, has attracted a major new sponsor — Tata Ltd....   | Read..
The thunderstorm that pummelled Delhi on Friday knocked down an ornamental shaft topping the dome of Humayun’s Tomb, leaving it looking “like a ...  | Read
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Naveen signals neutrality rethink

Naveen Patnaik today expressed readiness to play a “constructive” role for the NDA in t...   | Read..

Security swipe at Priyanka

Junior home minister Kiren Rijiju today wondered why Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was trying to “...   | Read..

Indian aid worker abducted in Herat

An Indian aid worker is said to have been abducted today by suspected militants in Afghanistan’s Herat, less than ...   | Read..

Chaos greets DU aspirants

Delhi University’s admission process got off to a chaotic start today with a scramble for forms and a website cras...   | Read..

Adoption nod for overseas Indians

Couples of Indian origin who live abroad will be treated on a par with Indians living in India if they want to adopt a c...   | Read..