The Telegraph
Monday , July 18 , 2016

Even educated spend less on women health

The gender gap in healthcare spending is increasing in India, and even educated and wealthy households spend less on women's health than on men's, scientists have reported.   | Read..

Call to let House run but flashpoints lurk

Leaders of all parties in Parliament today called for a productive monsoon session that begins tomorrow but the Kashmir churn, events in Arunachal and India's abortive bid...   | Read..

Kejri jab at Centre

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today accused the Narendra Modi government of turning its relationship with his regime into an "India-Pakistan" type situation.   | Read..

I'm not your son, says Pak terrorist

The Dalit woman who claims "Pakistani" terrorist Mohammad Abid is her long lost son Praveen met him in Lucknow jail today but the apparently tearful...   | Read..

From frying pan to limbo

The distance this trusting band of travellers had walked added up to more than 30 marathons.   | Read..

Job scheme rap on Bengal

The Centre has slammed 12 states, including Bengal and Bihar, for not taking any steps yet to comply with a Supreme Court directive on compensating workers for delayed...   | Read..
Sheila Dikshit, the Congress chief ministerial candidate in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, suffered minor injuries during a road show in Lucknow on...   | Read..
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