The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 21 , 2015

Expanding horizons

Narendra Modi's oratory, his skill with slogans and ability to involve his audiences made people expect fast action from his government. But his priority from the outset was India's foreign relations. Domestic reforms, he saw, would take time, bec......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Sorry state

Sir - The failure of the Defence Research and Development Organization in m... | Read»

Without freedom

Sir - The censor board is an independent body which discharges the duty of ... | Read»


Time to learn

While the Central government is busy totting up the achievements - real and imagined - of ancient India in the spheres of science and literature, the modern educational sce......   | Read..

Forward march

Neither India nor Sri Lanka has wasted time in going about a business that the new regime in Colombo had set its heart on and India had eagerly looked forward to. Resetting......   | Read..

Fresh trouble

The Eurozone is now a 19-nation, single currency monetary union within the European Union, a 28-country free trade area. This year, the euro area is in a soup: meagre growt......   | Read..
Spurned may not equal raped
A recent Bombay High Court ruling may put a damper on women screaming ‘rape’ each time a man goes back on his promise to marry while carrying on a sexual relationship with her, says Sharmistha Ghosal
Life has never been the same again for Sushmit Bose (name changed), 34, after he was acquitted of rape charges brought by his girlfriend of five years. He lost his job, social standing and trust in......   | Read..
Legal FAQs
Advocate Nibedita Roye answers your queries
Q: My niece, who was married in 2002, returned to her parents when she could not bear her husband’s torture. She filed a matrimonial suit two years ago. Neither her husband nor any lawyer attended ......   | Read..

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