The Telegraph
Thursday , July 17 , 2014

Watch it, colleges! Big brother looms

The Union government is taking on the role of big brother to universities and colleges, telling education regulators to draw up safety guidelines for them and to explore if the institutes can be ordered to keep parents updated like schools do....   | Read..

Hint of UPSC exam rollback

The Centre today promised “no bias on the basis of language” and a sympathetic view towards protesting students, in what is being seen as indication of its re...   | Read..

Poach or poll? Delhi BJP awaits Modi signal

The Delhi BJP is pressuring its leaders to put in place a government before President’s rule runs its course, aware that its “bingo!” moment may have co...   | Read..

Nido panel for more debate on racism law

he panel formed in the aftermath of Arunachal student Nido Tania’s January lynching in Delhi has suggested more debate on a separate anti-racism law but favoured a...   | Read..

Jaya bats for dhoti

Clubs had better thrust their front foot forward and embrace the dhoti if they don’t want to be declared out lbw....   | Read..
A little weather-beaten but charm survives the seasons ...  | Read
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How about a Swami statue, asks Trinamul

The Trinamul Congress today appealed for debt waiver and invoked Narendra Modi’s associat...   | Read..

Modi stays on Moscow side

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured Russian President Vladimir Putin that India will conti...   | Read..

Rain & landslips halt trips to Kedarnath

Visits to Kedarnath have been stopped for three days following heavy rain and landslides that have raised fears of a rep...   | Read..

‘Conceal’ rap on 26/11 cop boss

Maharashtra’s chief information commissioner has rapped Mumbai police chief Rakesh Maria for “denying”...   | Read..

Tighter tracker for social media

The government is examining proposals from the information technology industry to intensify real-time analysis of social...   | Read..

Aid blow to Kandhamal churches

The Supreme Court today ruled that churches damaged during the Kandhamal riots in December 2007 were not entitled to any...   | Read..

Upkeep of wife sacred duty: SC

The Supreme Court has ruled that it is a husband’s “sacrosanct duty” to support his estranged wife fin...   | Read..

Protests over Gaza-shy govt

The government today shied off a discussion on the West Asia violence, triggering protests in the Rajya Sabha where the issu...   | Read..