The Telegraph
Saturday , January 2 , 2016

Beating the odds, by a mile

An overwhelming majority of Delhi's car owners kept their even-number vehicles off the roads today, prompting the government to claim the city had shed its image as the capital of entitlement where...   | Read..

Cheeky Kejri taunts PM: Let me work

Arvind Kejriwal, buoyed by Delhi'ites' response to his vehicle-rationing experiment, taunted Narendra Modi today by cheekily turning against him a phrase the Prime Minister...   | Read..

Air quality in capital better, but only just

Air pollution over Delhi declined, as anticipated, on the first day of the odd-even rationing experiment but scientists said the dip's scanty magnitude highlighted the...   | Read..

Dilwale back in Mangalore

Dilwale returned to Mangalore today after being forced off screens because of protests by the Bajrang Dal against Shah Rukh Khan's comments on intolerance.   | Read..

PC stings 'overbearing' govt

The Congress has begun the new year with a searing attack on the government's policies and style of functioning, apparently still smarting from Prime Minister Narendra...   | Read..

Benegal heads censor board revamp panel

The Centre today constituted a panel headed by filmmaker Shyam Benegal to suggest a revamp of the censor board, mired in controversy since Pahlaj Nihalani took over as...   | Read..

Stay on J&K two-flag order

A division bench of Jammu and Kashmir High Court today stayed a single-judge bench's order that called for hoisting the state flag alongside the Tricolour on government...   | Read..
Beating the odds, by a mile
bullet Militant 'kidnap'
bullet Rahat hassle
bullet Vadra officer