The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 7 , 2016

Karat fascism balm on Modi bites Sita

Prakash Karat has contended that the Narendra Modi government was exhibiting "authoritarianism" and not "fascism", rejecting in the process the line professed by general...   | Read..

Forgery axe on 6 schools

The Central Board of Secondary Education today disaffiliated six Karnataka schools, run by a former member of its own governing body, for forging documents to claim...   | Read..

Nehru library chief rethink

The Prime Minister's Office is learnt to have asked the culture ministry to reconsider the panel of two names it had sent for the director's post at the Nehru Memorial...   | Read..

Cauvery protest chokes highway

Farmers and pro-Kannada activists today stopped all traffic on the busy Bangalore-Mysore highway in protest against yesterday's Supreme Court order asking Karnataka to...   | Read..

Kejri gets a backer, thanks to Didi

Mamata Banerjee may well have taken her first baby step in Punjab politics, convincing expelled Congress leader Jagmeet Brar to back Arvind Kejriwal in the battle against...   | Read..

Smriti flags work for Gujarat as MP

Smriti Irani's tom-tomming of the work she has reportedly done for Gujarat as a Rajya Sabha MP has stumped her party.   | Read..

Babus tap Rajnath on suspended colleague

Fifteen home ministry joint secretaries today met minister Rajnath Singh to defend a colleague suspended last week for renewing the foreign-funding licence of an NGO being...   | Read..

Two-week deadline to clear pending adoption cases

Maneka Gandhi has asked states to ensure that cases of orphaned or abandoned children pending with child welfare committees are cleared for adoption within a fortnight.   | Read..

BJP's Dalit diplomacy runs into gun-licence home truths

A BJP effort to court Dalit leaders in Una, the epicentre of a flogging-triggered backlash that has spread beyond Gujarat, has run into resistance and shed light on the...   | Read..

Military pal China

India and Beijing are continuing to work on friendly military exchanges despite divergent foreign policies that bounced off each other recently over India's membership of...   | Read..

Centre mulls troops for Kashmir

The Centre is considering sending more troops to Kashmir and curtailing the privileges granted to Hurriyat leaders, signalling a hardening of stand following Sunday's...   | Read..
Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra (in PTI picture in Ahmedabad last week) allegedly kept an Air India flight waiting for over an hour as they...   | Read..
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