The Telegraph
Friday , June 13 , 2014

Modi welcomes Nepal republican lobbyist

In his continuing engagement with the neighbourhood, Prime Minister Narendra Modi set aside protocol today to open his doors to a top Nepali republican lobbyist....   | Read..

Stroke hope from study on rats

Medical researchers experimenting with rats have demonstrated for the first time a two-pronged treatment strategy that leads to near-complete recovery of motor movements ...   | Read..

Hostage’s wife in cry for help

The wife of a 32-year-old engineer kidnapped from Darfur, Sudan, in March said the family is feeling abandoned and is ready to pay ransom. ...   | Read..

Border project say for states

All strategic defence and border road projects within 100 kilometres of the Line of Actual Control between India and China could be approved by state governments under a ...   | Read..

102 flat-owners defy SC

The residents of Campa Cola Compound’s 102 illegal flats facing demolition defied a Supreme Court order asking them to vacate and refused to hand over keys within a...   | Read..
Cloud capital ...  | Read
Nation Briefs
bullet Gupta setback
bullet Gujarat dam
bullet UPSC topper
bullet Pension plan

LoC strike kills soldier

The army today said a soldier had been killed and three injured on the Line of Control in Poonc...   | Read..

Navy divers join search

The bodies of two more engineering students swept away in the Beas in Mandi, Himachal, on Sunda...   | Read..

Naidu eyes Microsoft repeat

Chief minister Chandrababu Naidu is tapping Microsoft to try and repeat in residuary Andhra Pradesh the investment spree...   | Read..

Tax breaks tell on education budget: UN

The UN’s education arm has expressed concern that India is spending less on education, linking it to tax exemption...   | Read..

Delhi homemaker gang-raped in car

A 36-year-old homemaker was gang-raped in a moving car by three men who pulled her into the vehicle while she was walkin...   | Read..

Delhi quizzes UP bosses

A string of unsolved rape cases and fears of terror strikes in Uttar Pradesh prompted the Centre today to assess the law...   | Read..

Students held in Modi photo case

Six persons, including four students of a government polytechnic, were arrested today in connection with the college mag...   | Read..

UN womb-to-tomb charge

India has rebuffed accusations by a UN investigator that sex crimes are rife in the world’s biggest democracy, calling...   | Read..

Cup trip

A decision by the BJP government in Goa to send six MLAs of the ruling party on a 10-day trip to Brazil to watch the World C...   | Read..

Five killed in Bhilai plant leak

Five employees, including two deputy general managers, were killed and more than two dozen were affected after gas leake...   | Read..

Anti-graft battle goes to college

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has advised all universities to include anti-corruption curriculum in courses for...   | Read..