The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 2 , 2014

Spying shadow on Modi-US handshake

Preparations for a grand handshake between Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama in Washington this September were today clouded by revelations that the US may have spied since 2010 on the Prime Minister’s party, the BJP....   | Read..

Rescue talks for nurses caught in war

India has begun desperate talks with West Asian nations to rescue from Iraq’s Tikrit 46 nurses believed till now to be safe, but were today caught in the middle of ...   | Read..

Reward awaits ex-secretary

BJP MP and former Union home secretary R.K Singh is tipped to be the next vice-chairman of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the de-facto boss of the bod...   | Read..

Najma against minority quota

Najma Heptulla believes in building confidence. Quotas, she says, don’t do that....   | Read..

Ache for Stephen’s ‘winners’

The rollback of Delhi University’s four-year undergraduate programme is set to end in heartbreak for a lot of students who had made it into the St. Stephen’s ...   | Read..
French foreign minister Laurent Fabius (left) awards Shah Rukh Khan with the Chevalier de la Legion díHonneur (Knight of the Legion of Honour) title ...  | Read
Nation Briefs
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bullet Notice on CBI
bullet Tejpal bail
bullet Bouncers held

J&K ‘gang rape’ admission hope

Jammu and Kashmir High Court today asked the state to explore the possibilities of compensating...   | Read..

BJP seniors refuse role of governor

As four governors appointed by the UPA have quit, the BJP is in a bit of a quandary to seek rep...   | Read..

Hospital bills

Hospitals should notify the cost of treatment to patients in advance or display the rates on their notice boards instead of ...   | Read..

Gap in school quality and quantity

The increase in enrolment in primary education in South Asian countries between 2001 and 2010 has not been matched by an...   | Read..

Sunanda autopsy charge

A senior forensic medicine specialist has complained to the Union government that he had faced pressure to tailor a post...   | Read..

Minister staff

The Prime Minister’s Office is considering relaxing the stringent rules it framed last month for appointing person...   | Read..

Leeway for deemed varsity owners

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has yielded to the Centre’s pressure and agreed to allow the founding presi...   | Read..