The Telegraph
Saturday , July 12 , 2014

More four-year courses under UGC glare

The University Grants Commission has widened its scrutiny of the four-year undergraduate programmes offered in the general streams, after forcing Delhi University to roll back the one it started last year....   | Read..

Amit Shah lawyer for judge post

A woman judge who began her career in a sessions court and a lawyer who defended Amit Shah in a fake encounter case have been recommended for appointment as Supreme Cour...   | Read..

Flights avoid collision by seconds

Two passenger flights came within seconds of a collision 30,000ft over Bagdogra this afternoon before both pilots changed course in the nick of time....   | Read..

Modi applies UPA balm on Lanka

The Narendra Modi government will not support a UN probe into alleged human rights violations by Sri Lankan forces against Tamils, New Delhi has told Colombo....   | Read..

Dole for riot camp deaths

The Akhilesh Yadav government has released additional compensation for Muzaffarnagar riot victims in accordance with a Supreme Court order, including funds that will for ...   | Read..
Population alarm
Students participate in a rally in Patiala on Friday on World Population Day...  | Read
Nation Briefs
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bullet Claim blow
bullet Debt waiver
bullet Mumbai rain

Copycat battle on budget

BJP ministers today lined up to laud the Narendra Modi government’s first budget and coun...   | Read..

Centre in FDI double somersault

The BJP’s tightrope walk on foreign direct investment was on display in the Lok Sabha tod...   | Read..

Green alert on plan for 100 smart cities

The budget proposals for 100 smart cities, a 1,620km inland waterway along the Ganga and affordable housing, if implemen...   | Read..

Lured with class notes and raped

A Class X girl in Malda was allegedly lured out of her home by a school senior on the pretext of giving her class notes ...   | Read..

Puducherry sack sign to governors

Puducherry lieutenant governor Virendra Kataria was sacked tonight, the first such action since the Narendra Modi govern...   | Read..

Navy’s Calcutta ‘baby’ on way

An anti-submarine vessel that the government claims is the “first fully indigenously built major warship” is...   | Read..

Haryana passes gurdwara bill

The Haryana Assembly today passed a bill to create a panel that will manage historical gurdwaras in the state independen...   | Read..

Lifesaver tag for Jaitley

Union finance minister Arun Jaitley’s proposals to significantly raise excise duties on a range of tobacco ...   | Read..

Govt flexes muscle on PM aide & Andhra

The government today pushed two controversial bills in the Lok Sabha, using its overwhelming numbers to brush aside the ...   | Read..

Gandhi papers safe, says Rajnath

Nearly 11,000 files were destroyed during spring cleaning ordered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi but papers related to Maha...   | Read..