The Telegraph
Monday , June 30 , 2014

DU BTech cry against one-batch relief

Jitendra Singh was among the top 3,000 to clear last year’s JEE-Advanced and could have studied computer science at any of the 16 IITs. He chose Delhi University’s BTech course in computer science instead....   | Read..

LK salutes ‘triple-ton’ skipper

Cricket fan L.K. Advani today seemed to attempt a switch-hit, comparing Narendra Modi to a batsman who, captaining in his debut match, scores a triple century....   | Read..

Hotter than before, wetter than before

At his house in upper Paton, next to the trail leading to eastern Kumaon’s Ralam Valley, Kharak Singh empathised with the weather-beaten hikers relishing the roti and da...   | Read..

Oxygen for trapped 10

The death toll in the collapse of the 12-storey under-construction building in Chennai rose to 11 today, although rescuers managed to extricate 30 people alive from the d...   | Read..

Uma wades into Shirdi row

A war of words has broken out between Union minister Uma Bharati and the Dwarka Shankaracharya over whether the Shirdi Sai Baba should be worshipped....   | Read..
Actress Deepti Naval releases fish into the Sindhu river during the Leh International Film Festival on Sunday. (PTI)
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Leak axe on GAIL officials

Two senior GAIL officials have been suspended in connection with the gas pipeline leak that set...   | Read..

Tikrit airlift from Tuesday

India will start evacuating its nationals trapped in Iraq’s Tikrit from Tuesday, the fore...   | Read..