The Telegraph
Friday , July 25 , 2014
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Country climbs ladder — by one rung

India continues to lag on human development indicators in spite of a slew of welfare programmes, with a UNDP report released today ranking it 135th among 187 countries that were judged on progress in areas such as life expectancy, education, income and employment....   | Read..

Patients have right to records, says CIC

The Central Information Commission has asked a health research institute to disclose details a former RAW official had sought, saying patients have a right to get their medic...   | Read..

PM walks China-Japan tightrope

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lined up back-to-back summit meetings with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping in a tightrope walk betwe...   | Read..

Push for adult punishment

The women and child development ministry is set to press ahead with its proposal to try as adults heinous-crime suspects aged above 16, setting aside concerns of child ri...   | Read..

Boy loses 232 extra teeth

Don Quixote believed every tooth in a man’s head to be more valuable than a diamond....   | Read..
PM walks China-Japan tightrope
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Chapatti MPs spring caterer

When it comes to “force-feeding”, trust the chapatti brigade to go the whole hog....   | Read..

Modi serves, RSS relishes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted RSS chief Mohanrao Bhagwat and his colleagues for dinner t...   | Read..

Model files rape case against cop

A case of rape and molestation has been registered against a senior IPS officer in Mumbai police’s civil rights ce...   | Read..

Train rams into school bus, 18 dead

Sixteen children, some only five years old, were killed when their school bus collided with a train at an unmanned cross...   | Read..

Roy seeks jail privacy for asset sale talks

The Supreme Court today agreed to examine a plea by Sahara chief Subrata Roy to shift him to an “outhouse” i...   | Read..