The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 20 , 2016

Project for improvement

The Indian bureaucracy has implemented and managed some complex projects since Independence. Hydroelectric projects, national highways, educational institutions, hospitals, welfare schemes like free or cheap food for the poor, famine relief, disas......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Truth value

Sir - The editorial, "Simple truth" (Jan 8), was interesting and incisive. ... | Read»


Core anxiety

The latest data available about industrial production for November 2015 is not comfortable. Compared to a growth of 5.2 per cent in November 2014, industrial production mea......   | Read..

Fresh look

It is not surprising that Ramallah, the administrative capital of Palestine, was the initial stop in the itinerary of Sushma Swaraj on her first trip to the region as forei......   | Read..

The fruit that fell from the sky

Who invented the coconut tree? The honour of the discovery rests with the Congress-led coalition government that was in power in Goa in 2008. Or so says Goa's current fores......   | Read..
Practice doesn’t make perfect
Is the Constitution above religious and cultural practices? Two recent cases in the Supreme Court have sparked a debate in legal corridors on the issue, writes Varuna Verma
In the New Year, the Supreme Court (SC) of India seems to have set a new agenda for itself — of taking on age-old religious practices and traditions....   | Read..
Legal FAQs
Advocate Nibedita Roye answers your queries
Q: Kindly provide me the details of the Supreme Court judgment that has held that a promoter cannot sell any space except the flats. Ainul Haque, Calcutta...   | Read..

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