The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 17 , 2014
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Clock goes tick-tock on seven governors

The Narendra Modi government is considering a proposal to replace seven governors, including Bengal’s M.K. Narayanan, before their tenures are completed, sources said....   | Read..

Sindhurakshak salvage operation

INS Sindhurakshak, the submarine that sank in August last year after an explosion in which 18 personnel died, has been salvaged and raised on a pontoon in the naval dockyard ...   | Read..

At the wheel in Bhutan, a hands-on PM

An armada of police and military vehicles escorted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Paro International Airport. A couple of hours after the Indian Air Force flight took of...   | Read..

Swedish tie, sealed with a laugh

As the Narendra Modi government attempts to remake foreign policy and revive ties whose potential has not been fully realised under UPA rule, Sweden’s relations wit...   | Read..

Knight toasts ‘Sir’ in glory

To Sir with love: in his moment of triumph, when it was announced on Saturday that professor Tejinder Virdee had been honoured with a knighthood “for services to sc...   | Read..
Kedarnath restoration row : ...  | Read
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UGC ‘U-turn’ leaves DU in a churn

Higher education regulator University Grants Commission’s decision to seek a review of De...   | Read..

Play fighter pilot, on IAF app

The Indian Air Force, in a new attempt to lure bright young people, will soon release a mobile gami...   | Read..

‘Anti-Modi’ arrests worry netizens

Many Facebook and Twitter users are worried at what appears a sharp rise in police action against people deemed to have ...   | Read..

Bengal-focused BJP dallies on UP

The BJP has been slow in reacting to murders of its officials in Uttar Pradesh at a time it has sent two central teams t...   | Read..

Short-lived pat for CBI

The CBI today earned rare praise from Trinamul Congress Rajya Sabha MP Debabrata Bandyopadhyay, who called it a ...   | Read..

Varsity hope for Bastar

Naxalite affected Bastar may soon have a central university dedicated to promoting higher education among tribals and th...   | Read..

Off ‘one-way’ DMK street

Actress Khushbu today quit the DMK, lamenting her hard work for the party she joined four years ago amid fanfare had bee...   | Read..

Cong lash at Modi economy slight

The Congress has objected to Prime Minister Narendra Modi blaming the Manmohan Singh government for the state of the eco...   | Read..

Delhi caught in Cup jam

For some at South Block, the Fifa World Cup isn’t just about football — the premier sporting event is bringi...   | Read..

Nitish works secular trio

Bihar’s ruling Janata Dal (United) today appealed to Trinamul, Samajwadi Party and the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) to jo...   | Read..

Entry rush for English

Over 2.7 lakh students have sought admission in Delhi University’s undergraduate courses, five times the 54,000 se...   | Read..