The Telegraph
Sunday , August 10 , 2014

Modi plays pro-poor card in WTO row

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused the developed nations of a “disinformation campaign” to “isolate” India for refusing to toe their line at the World Trade Organisation, painting his government before a domestic political audience as a champion of the poor....   | Read..

Sushma’s Hanoi trip

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj will visit Vietnam from August 25 for her first foreign visit beyond India’s immediate neighbourhood after entering office, she told ...   | Read..

Cong mocks BJP ‘phobia’

The Congress today mocked the new BJP leadership for its “obsession” with its idea of a “Congress-mukt Bharat” (India without Congress) and...   | Read..

Defence proposal with US & Japan

The US has revived a proposal that India should join a military alliance with itself and Japan in a scenario sure to make China protest and the Indian foreign office quea...   | Read..
Mamata Banerjee tied a rakhi on Shah Rukh Khan’s wrist on the eve of Raksha Bandhan and got a “lungi dance” as a gift at the annual cultural pr ...  | Read
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Ban call after handi death

A 14-year-old who fell off the fifth tier of a human pyramid formed by boys rehearsing for dahi ...   | Read..

Bid to put ‘divisive’ boot on rival’s foot

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today tangentially attacked the Congress for pursuing the “d...   | Read..