The Telegraph
Monday , July 11 , 2016

Political flock retreat to Kashmir shell

The fresh aazaadi groundswell that has claimed 21 lives in Kashmir in a matter of two days has forced its ubiquitous mainstream political complex to retreat into a shell.   | Read..

Pilgrim safety challenge

The embattled Mehbooba Mufti-led People Democratic Party-BJP government has a big task at hand - the security of the thousands of Amarnath pilgrims stranded in various...   | Read..

Trolls target Burhan post from JNU

A Facebook comment extolling slain militant Burhan Wani, posted by one of the JNU students charged with sedition, has again put the university in the crosshairs of social...   | Read..

Shah mentor joins Kejriwal

A former Gujarat BJP lawmaker who had played an indirect part in Narendra Modi becoming chief minister and given Amit Shah his first political break has joined the Aam...   | Read..

Helmets for kid riders on table

The Centre has decided to make helmets mandatory for children above four years riding pillion on motorbikes, amending the Motor Vehicles Act that is now vague on helmet...   | Read..

Unlikely star at Modi show

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today persuaded Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta to join him in addressing 19,000 Indian-origin Kenyans - and for five minutes, the invitee...   | Read..

Victims deny crossfire, blame cops

Victims of Friday night's alleged "crossfire" in Odisha have denied the official claim of a gunfight between police and Maoists, saying all the bullets came from...   | Read..

India plays Dr Money Saver

Peter Ngari has shuttled between Nairobi and Chennai thrice a year since 2013, spending about Rs 2 lakh on his mother's breast cancer treatment and another Rs 3 lakh on...   | Read..

Nagaland weighs dog meat ban

The Nagaland government is under pressure to ban dog meat, considered a delicacy in the state.   | Read..

Delhi VIPs in a lather after theft of call details

Delhi police have claimed to have blown the lid off a racket that thrived on selling call detail records of hundreds of people, including businessmen and politicians.   | Read..

Minister trip, via tweet

A Maharashtra minister unhappy at being divested of a portfolio got into a Twitter exchange with chief minister Devendra Fadnavis while her supporters burnt Fadnavis's...   | Read..

Dhaka bans Indian preacher's TV channel

Bangladesh today banned the broadcast of Peace TV, a Dubai-based channel run by Indian preacher Zakir Naik, whose "provocative" speeches had allegedly inspired...   | Read..
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