The Telegraph
Wednesday , March 30 , 2016

Budget session cut short for Uttarakhand

The Centre tonight recommended prorogation of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha to the President in a move that effectively means the budget session, spread over two sittings with over a month's...   | Read..

Court orders floor test, red faces in BJP

Nainital High Court today ordered a floor test in the Uttarakhand Assembly on March 31, two days after President's rule was imposed in the state.   | Read..

Cattle crisis after beef ban

A ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter in India's richest state is threatening to push millions of farmers into penury, deepening distress in the countryside and fanning...   | Read..

Ballot boot for booze shop in Rajasthan

The verdict couldn't have been more spirited. No alcohol, period.   | Read..

Church plea on priest

The Catholic Bishops' Conference of India (CBCI), upset by social media reports that Salesian priest Tom Uzhunnalil had been "crucified by his IS kidnappers on Good...   | Read..

Pak calls traced to Kutch

Security agencies today intercepted satellite phone conversations between callers in a Gujarat village and Pakistan, sources in the Union home ministry said.   | Read..

Protest leave in Hyderabad

Dozens of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe teachers at the University of Hyderabad went on a day's leave today to protest the actions of vice-chancellor Appa Rao Podile,...   | Read..

Legal scanner on Urdu council diktat

The Centre's Urdu promotion body today decided to take "legal opinion" on a controversial directive asking writers seeking its support to declare that their books...   | Read..

Terror tweaks Belgium plan

The Brussels terror attacks have forced the Prime Minister's team to re-evaluate his messaging at a diaspora meet in the Belgian capital tomorrow, amid worries that the...   | Read..

Kannada film producer takes censors to court

The producer of a Kannada film that uses unsophisticated village lingo has taken the censors to court for snipping scenes and muting audio, some of which were allowed in...   | Read..

India, Pak spar on 'confession'

In a "confession" that Pakistan paraded today, a man identified by Islamabad as Kul Bhushan Yadav said he had been working in Karachi and Balochistan "at the...   | Read..

Australian to run for 'beautiful' Kashmir

Australian ultra-marathon runner Pat Farmer had heard a lot about Kashmir but never imagined it would be "this beautiful", reason enough for him to promote it...   | Read..

Widows back tobacco battle

Five women who lost their husbands to tobacco-linked cancers have joined a chorus of voices urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to implement its promise to...   | Read..

Scan on journalist arrests in Bastar

A fact-finding team from the Editors Guild of India has raised serious questions about the role of the Chhattisgarh government and police in muzzling media freedom in the...   | Read..

Screens put up as Pak team enters air base

A Pakistani team of investigators, including officers from the Inter Services Intelligence and Pakistan's Military Intelligence, was today escorted inside the IAF's...   | Read..

Job scheme wage rejig

The revised wage rates for the flagship rural job scheme were announced today, with eastern states getting a minimal or even zero increase but those in the south bagging...   | Read..
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