The Telegraph
Friday , December 25 , 2015

Unstinted support for Russia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today ended weeks of ambiguity over India's position on Russia's increasing involvement in West Asian crises, backing without restraint an embattled Vladimir Putin amid...   | Read..

Defence shine on trade ties

India and Russia today inked the single biggest deal for joint development of defence equipment New Delhi has witnessed since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power...   | Read..

Class X board exam call

The country's largest school board is looking into a suggestion to make Class X board exams compulsory again, four years after CBSE students were given the choice of opting...   | Read..

Court glare on overbooked flight seats

Delhi High Court has asked the government, aviation regulator DGCA and state-run carrier Air India to explain why seats are overbooked on flights, rekindling an old demand...   | Read..

Grand alliance for UP? Rahul smiles

Rahul Gandhi today said he was not averse to a Bihar-like Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh elections, echoing a senior Janata Dal United leader.   | Read..

US envoy regrets student row

The US ambassador today regretted the impact of the deportation of Indian students headed for two California schools.   | Read..

Delhi ready with car ration rollout

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced that the odd-even car rationing scheme had received all necessary approvals and would roll out on January 1.   | Read..

Chargesheet silence on conspiracy queried

The Dadri lynching chargesheet has failed to invoke the charge of criminal conspiracy, prompting several lawyers unconnected with the case to ask whether the objective was...   | Read..

Congress sharpens Kirti knife

The Congress today said the decision to suspend Kirti Azad was a classic case of "crushing the whistleblower" as the party seized on what it saw as a potent...   | Read..

Jaitley slams Kejri 'vulgarity'

Arun Jaitley has taken on Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal for calling Narendra Modi a "psychopath" and a "coward", reminding him that...   | Read..

Movie-maker by day, 'bank robber' at night

Much like James Bond, he "had relations with" 600 women, one of whom accompanied him on risky adventures while another betrayed him to the enemy. Unlike namesake...   | Read..
The South Central Railway has agreed to hand over the century-old Havelock Bridge (in picture) to the Andhra Pradesh government.   | Read..
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