The Telegraph
Sunday , August 7 , 2016

Plan for one science syllabus for all boards

A panel set up by the human resource development ministry has recommended a uniform syllabus in math and science subjects for Classes XI-XII across all senior secondary boards.   | Read..

Lodha panel will not meet Katju

The Justice Lodha Committee has clarified that its recommendations on reforming India's cricket board that the Supreme Court endorsed last month have become "final and...   | Read..

'Burn mark' cloud on militant identity

Authorities in Assam today said they had identified the militant shot dead in yesterday's market attack as the self-styled commanding officer of a Bodo outfit but the...   | Read..

Geelani call for mob action

Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani today appeared to be calling for mob violence against police sub-inspector Tauseef Mir, the first time he is openly advocating such an...   | Read..

Sea jab clouds China visit

Two statements by junior foreign minister V.K. Singh last week backing Manila over Beijing in a major maritime dispute are threatening to cloud a visit by Chinese foreign...   | Read..

Una 'lip service' finger at PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's criticism of rogue cow vigilantes today left Dalit activists and family members of the young men flogged in Una "disappointed" at...   | Read..

Nod to Arunachal border road

The defence ministry has given its nod for the Arunachal Frontier Highway, a 2,000km road through mountains that will mostly run parallel to the disputed border with China.   | Read..

Retire at 75? Gaur points to Churchill

Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Ronald Reagan, Morarji Desai... Babulal Gaur.   | Read..

Young 'hero' behind new Dalit movement

Jignesh Mewani, 35, had a pleasant surprise when he returned home on Monday evening.   | Read..
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday launched a scathing attack on the BJP and the RSS over cow vigilantism.   | Read..
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