The Telegraph
Sunday , February 15 , 2015

Police pickets, CCTV cameras for churches

The Centre has directed Delhi police to take measures to ensure the safety of churches in the capital after six attacks in two months on Christian institutions.   | Read..

Mentor editor passes away

C.P. Kuruvilla, a senior editor who mentored a legion of journalists who went on to occupy key positions at almost every mainstream publication in the country and some...   | Read..

Lash of 'love' for Modi and BJP

The capital's new chief minister today spoke of the politics of "harmony" as he ripped into the BJP in a post-swearing-in speech that referred to attempts to...   | Read..

Navy tests deeper waters in war game

The Indian Navy is operating two carrier battlegroups for the first time in decades, testing capabilities of operating with a nuclear submarine and firing land-attack and...   | Read..

Community welcomes Arvind assurance

Christian leaders today welcomed Arvind Kejriwal's condemnation of vandalism at churches in the capital.   | Read..

Rahul coronation chorus picks up steam

Amid confusion and sniping within, the majority opinion in the Congress is now supportive of the idea that Rahul Gandhi be given the reins of the party right away.   | Read..

Fraud cuffs on owner of daily

T. Venkatram Reddy, the owner of Hyderabad-based daily Deccan Chronicle and erstwhile IPL team Deccan Chargers, was today arrested by the CBI on charges of submitting...   | Read..

'Skinny black' label on Indian

A man from India who was slammed to the ground by a police officer had been singled out by police after a caller said a "skinny black guy" with a toboggan hat was...   | Read..
Police pickets, CCTV cameras for churches