The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 16 , 2014

Young rapists given ‘good conduct’ timeout

Two men just short of legal adulthood when they gang-raped a photojournalist at the derelict Shakti Mills compound here last year were today sentenced to learn “good behaviour” for three years at a youth detention centre....   | Read..

For Modi, it’s China border dispute that’s key

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today indicated to Chinese President Xi Jinping that he intends to focus on resolving the border dispute as a key component of ties between t...   | Read..

Shah starts with poll focus

Amit Shah has got cracking a week after he was appointed BJP president, holding meetings today on two of the four states that go to polls in the coming months. ...   | Read..

Shanghai to house bank

Shanghai will host the headquarters of a new bank announced by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on Tuesday as an alternative to West-dominated global lending...   | Read..

Nudge to self-attest papers

The Centre has decided to do away with filing of affidavits from a gazetted officer or a notary for a big chunk of official work and instead promote self-attestation of docum...   | Read..
A woman wades through a flooded street after heavy rain in Mumbai
on Tuesday. (PTI)
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Jarawa worries at road plan

A proposal to two-lane the Andaman Trunk Road has caused concern among global tribal rights gro...   | Read..

Fake website advisories

An Indian government agency that issues digital certificates that help authenticate websites ha...   | Read..

Missing initials that cost a slice of sea

A missing signature on a letter from Jawaharlal Nehru’s foreign ministry to its Pakistan counterpart more than six...   | Read..

DU to open on July 21

Delhi University has announced that it will reopen as scheduled on July 21....   | Read..

Scientists prodded to publish all research

Two government science departments have proposed that Indian scientists make public the findings of all taxpayer-funded ...   | Read..

Vaidik row swamps House, govt denies link

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj today denied any government role in Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with Jamaat-ud-Dawa...   | Read..

24/7 watch on radio content

The content on FM and community radio will soon be monitored round the clock, with the Centre taking steps to attach the...   | Read..

CBI U-turn in Tatra case

The CBI today did a U-turn in the Tatra case, filing a chargesheet against Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh on bribery alleg...   | Read..

‘Adamant’ jab at PM

Mani Shankar Aiyar today called Narendra Modi “authoritarian” and “adamant” as the treasury benc...   | Read..

Gaza protest unites rivals

The Gaza cry has done for the Congress what the Trai wails didn’t. ...   | Read..