The Telegraph
Saturday , November 12 , 2016

Thumbs-up to intent, let down on implementation

Business was down, even buying the necessities became a strain, the long queues at banks and ATMs were an ordeal — but many gave the demonetisation move a thumbs-up in the hope of...   | Read..

Shah guns for Opposition

BJP president Amit Shah today launched an all-out attack on the Mulayam Singh Yadav-Mayawati-Mamata Banerjee-Arvind Kejriwal quartet for denouncing the Centre's...   | Read..

Cong poses 'black money' questions

The Congress today asked the government several questions on its demonetisation decision, and said it must answer them if it was serious about fighting black money.   | Read..

Call to 600 jewellers

Over 600 jewellers across 25 cities have been asked by the excise department to provide details about the quantity of gold they hold and records of ornament sales to check...   | Read..

US Indian teen on a WWII mission

For as long as he can remember, Rishi Sharma's heroes haven't been sports stars or movie stars or any other kind of stars. They've been the US combat veterans who won World...   | Read..

'Miss Marple' who knew all

Maureen Travis, the legendary librarian who worked continuously for nearly seven decades at India House, had struck me as being a little bit of a Miss Marple when I met her...   | Read..

SC admits chinkara case plea

The Supreme Court today sought actor Salman Khan's response on the Rajasthan government's appeal challenging his acquittal in the 1998 chinkara poaching case.   | Read..

Trump win won't hurt ties: US envoy

US ambassador Richard Verma today voiced confidence that Donald Trump's election as US President would not hurt ties with India, but Indian analysts appeared worried about...   | Read..

Alarm on trade protection deals

The European Union has cautioned India that the upcoming expiry of a series of bilateral investment protection treaties between its members and New Delhi could create a...   | Read..

TV content scan panel rehaul

The inter-ministerial committee that examines complaints of content violation by television channels is likely to be reconfigured in the wake of the NDTV India controversy.   | Read..

Valley girl wins gold in world kickboxing

An eight-year-old girl from Kashmir has won a gold medal for India at an international kickboxing event without having to throw a punch in anger.   | Read..

Woman on CBI chief shortlist for first time

A woman IPS officer has been shortlisted as a candidate for CBI director for the first time.   | Read..

Govt to SC: No judge file pending

The Centre today told the Supreme Court "not a single file" on high court judge appointments was "pending" with it, as it had sent back 43 names for...   | Read..

Have old 500? Try Kumaran

Kumaran is proof that not all auto drivers in Chennai have hearts of stone or treat every crisis as an opportunity to make a fast buck.   | Read..

More cancer risk from smokeless tobacco

Nicotine residues from smokeless tobacco persist in the body longer than those from cigarette smoke, according to a government report released today that has also warned...   | Read..

SC issues first-ever contempt notice to ex-judge

The Supreme Court today issued an unparalleled contempt notice to one of its own former judges, Justice Markandey Katju, for remarks in his blog on an apex court verdict.   | Read..
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