The Telegraph
Saturday , July 4 , 2015

School board hurdle to IIT, NIT hopefuls

About 8,000 students seeking seats at the Indian Institutes of Technology and the National Institutes of Technology are in danger of losing the opportunity because of their school boards' tardiness.   | Read..

Congress pins 'anti-India' label on BJP

The Congress today lapped up revelations in a book by former RAW chief A.S. Dulat to bolster its charge that the BJP's nationalist rhetoric was false and that this was...   | Read..

Twin push for gas pipelines

India will simultaneously push for two gas pipelines originating from Central Asia, one from Kazakhstan and the other from Turkmenistan, during Prime Minister Narendra...   | Read..

Govt refuses to axe Chauhan from FTII

The Centre today rejected the demand from students and alumni of the Film and Television Institute of India to revoke the appointment of small-time actor and BJP member...   | Read..

BJP seeks apology for Modi

M.J. Akbar, who was yesterday elected to the Rajya Sabha on a BJP ticket, today demanded that the Congress apologise to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for linking him to the...   | Read..

Multiple-booth counting push

The Law Commission today told the Supreme Court it favoured introducing a "totaliser" in electronic voting machines to allow multiple-booth counting, thus...   | Read..

Speeding cuffs on Hema's driver

The man driving Hema Malini was today arrested for speeding in connection with last night's highway collision that killed a four-year-old, while the dead girl's family...   | Read..

BRICS plan to trade in local currencies

India, Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa - five of the world's biggest emerging economies - could soon trade with each other mostly in their local currencies, under a...   | Read..

Defamation circular climbdown for Kejri

The Arvind Kejriwal government today told the Supreme Court it was willing to withdraw a controversial circular issued by the AAP administration to allow defamation cases...   | Read..

HC vetoes docs, frees 'Maoist' professor

Delhi University academic G.N. Saibaba was freed from a Nagpur prison today on a conditional three-month bail after Bombay High Court overruled local medical opinion to...   | Read..

Rs 5cr 'moving office'

A Rs 5-crore bullet-proof bus dubbed "a moving office" has been bought for Telangana chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, triggering accusations of profligacy and...   | Read..
A tiger chases spotted deer at Nagarhole National Park in Mysore district on Friday. (PTI)    | Read..
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