The Telegraph
Sunday , October 23 , 2016

A few voices against 'absurd' ransom

When the news alerts said that Raj Thackeray had withdrawn his opposition to Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, author Chetan Bhagat's initial reaction was "glad (that) sense prevailed".   | Read..

'Model' honey-trap

The American "whistleblower" behind a suspected racket of bribery and defence data leak today claimed that alleged arms middleman Abhishek Verma had used a...   | Read..

Varun 'open letter' amid party silence

Varun Gandhi today wrote an open letter to "fellow countrymen" denying accusations of leaking defence secrets, the impassioned outreach coming at a time his party...   | Read..

Tata voices concern on intolerance

Ratan Tata, the chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, has expressed concern over the alleged growing intolerance in the country, calling it "a curse we are seeing of...   | Read..

Without cell, cops clueless on student

The investigation into the weeklong disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed has been "going nowhere" because he isn't carrying his mobile phone, a senior police...   | Read..

80-day fast to catch PM eye

Come Monday, Narendra Modi will be in Mudraha to address a scheduled public meeting.   | Read..

India view from space 'shocking'

Astronaut Scott Kelly, who has the distinction of having spent a year in space, has said the level of pollution in China and India is shocking.   | Read..

Watch it, chef! Camera's running

Diners in this tech city will soon be able to say they look before they eat.   | Read..

BJP showers tweets on Shah

The BJP today wished its national chief Amit Shah on his birthday, calling him a strategist, leader and visionary in a tweeted video eulogy that appeared to go against the...   | Read..

A give-and-reap forest model

For the tribal women of Gunduribadi village in Odisha, an early morning patrol is essential to conserve their forest, but what they are protecting goes far beyond food...   | Read..

Class X exam with internal assessment plan

The Central Board of Secondary Education appears set to give its experiment with optional Class X board exams a quick burial.   | Read..

Axe-happy once, shy now

The uncharacteristic dithering that marked Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik's decision to axe health minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak post the Sum hospital fire has...   | Read..

BSF jawan injured in Pak firing dies

Border Security Force soldier Gurnam Singh, injured in a sniper attack by Pakistani troops yesterday, died in a Jammu hospital late tonight.   | Read..

Shivpal suspends Akhilesh backer

Samajwadi Party state president Shivpal Singh Yadav today suspended a lawmaker for asking party national president Mulayam Singh Yadav to step down in favour of son and...   | Read..
A few voices against 'absurd' ransom
bullet Parveen Babi's will
bullet Bribe cuffs
bullet Beedi tycoon
bullet Mobile bar
bullet Hospital fire
bullet Pak spy
bullet Sheena
bullet Kejriwal trial