The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 24 , 2014

North-South rift over ‘visa-free’ proposal

Two arms of Narendra Modi’s government were tonight locked in conflict over plans to relax visa norms for Bangladeshi visitors, slicing through the image of a sleek, no-nonsense officialdom that the new government has tried to portray....   | Read..

Paswan thanks son for NDA tip

Ram Vilas Paswan today thanked son Chirag for “compelling” him to join the NDA, 12 years after he quit the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government protesting the Guja...   | Read..


The spring cleaning in the home ministry has apparently yielded some gems so far buried in dusty files. The ministry has binned 1.5 lakh files till now but it is not clear if ...   | Read..

Schools lacking nod stir closure debate

India has over 21,000 unrecognised private elementary schools, about four in five of them in eastern India, a government report has revealed....   | Read..

Partial train fare rollback on table

The Centre is likely to “soften” the steep escalation in rail fares only in certain metros for suburban networks that are part of the Indian Railways, it is u...   | Read..
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Plainspeak forces Cong to shift focus to revival

The A.K. Antony-headed panel reviewing the Congress poll debacle has shifted focus to a revival...   | Read..

Drinks yes, drunk not sure: Salman witness

The manager of the bar Salman Khan visited just before his 2002 hit-and-run accident identified...   | Read..

BMC begins Campa action

Civic officials started disconnecting water, gas and power lines to Campa Cola’s 102 illegal flats today, a...   | Read..

Cong tie-up a blunder: CPI

The CPI has acknowledged that its decision to align with the Congress in Telangana was a “political blunder”...   | Read..

Sunrise policy: Early babus catch news

Breaking news at 6am: while peace reigns in a capital yet to shake itself fully awake, a gang of groggy babus are at Sha...   | Read..

Security briefings on PM agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take monthly briefings from each of the three military chiefs turning on its head the ...   | Read..

Twin versions on Mosul puzzle Delhi

India is sifting through two divergent accounts — one frightening, the other reassuring — of the safety of 3...   | Read..

‘Banking’ back pain

An Indian-origin bank employee who claims she suffered severe back injuries from lifting heavy boxes at ICICI’s London...   | Read..