The Telegraph
Thursday , January 12 , 2017

Duel of daro mat and daro aur darao

Rahul Gandhi today said the message Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sent out with demonetisation was that institutions did not matter and that he alone was master of the destiny of all Indians.   | Read..

Frayed nerves among NRIs

Since demonetisation kicked in, Dinesh has been seen loitering near the queues outside RBI on Parliament Street a few times. Possibly an RSS sympathiser, he ambles past...   | Read..

SC bins plea on parties' tax benefits

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a public interest plea that had challenged the income tax exemption granted to political parties, saying they needed financial...   | Read..

'Committed to Delhi'

Arvind Kejriwal today declared that "the people of Delhi had given him a responsibility" and he was "committed to it", attempting to settle the debate...   | Read..

India skirts Kenya call to doctors

India has sidestepped a proposal from Kenya, where over 4,500 government doctors are on strike over a wage dispute, to fly out doctors from this country to fill the gap.   | Read..

Rethink on UGC research entry rules

The Narendra Modi government appears to be considering rolling back controversial admission rules for research students introduced last year as protests intensify across...   | Read..

BSF acts on jawan's complaint

The Border Security Force tonight announced a host of steps to ensure quality food for its jawans, including a crackdown on "pilferage", hours after the home...   | Read..

Cong leader in 'copy' row

Senior Kerala Congress leader K. Muraleedharan finds himself caught in a plagiarism row after claims he had "used" a Facebook post by another subscriber to defend...   | Read..

Budget balm for Valley

The Mehbooba Mufti regime has decided to regularise over 60,000 casual employees and implement the seventh pay commission recommendations next year, in a move aimed at...   | Read..

Sena prod to BJP on local polls

The Shiv Sena has nudged the BJP to decide "as early as possible" on a possible team-up for the two-phase Maharashtra local body elections announced today.   | Read..

Tricky offer to Dhaka

India has offered to train Bangladesh navy crews in operating submarines after Dhaka recently acquired the first of two boats from Beijing.   | Read..

Sushma slams Amazon

India today demanded that online retail giant Amazon withdraw its sale in Canada of doormats with imprints of the Indian flag, threatening to prevent the group's officials...   | Read..

Mulayam guns for Ram Gopal

Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav today blamed his cousin Ram Gopal Yadav again for all the problems in the squabble-racked outfit as one more afternoon came...   | Read..

Punjab CM injured in shoe attack

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal suffered an eye injury when a shoe was hurled at him during a campaign rally in his constituency this afternoon.   | Read..

Teachers, students in JNU protest

The Jawaharlal Nehru University Teachers' Association (JNUTA) today announced a lecture series, a mode of protest adopted when students were arrested on sedition charges...   | Read..
Frayed nerves among NRIs
bullet Stephen's order
bullet Speed trial
bullet Boy 'suicide'
bullet Aarushi case
bullet Selfie stick
bullet Turtle haul