The Telegraph
Wednesday , February 8 , 2017

Spilled: 'diabolic agenda' to edit MPs' speeches

CPM leader Sitaram Yechury today went public with a grievance other members have grumbled about for some months now: that their speeches are being edited even when there are no unparliamentary...   | Read..

Obama's parting gift on Azhar

Former US President Barack Obama's administration introduced a UN resolution to proscribe Pakistan-based terrorist leader Masood Azhar in its final hours in office, in a...   | Read..

Modi's quake jibe at Rahul

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today accused the Congress of lacking the "will to do good", turning his first speech in Parliament in nearly three months into a...   | Read..

Cong sees a hill handle

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's note-recall logic that a surgery is done best on a healthy body drew a retort from Rahul Gandhi: " Neem hakim khatra-e-jaan (A doctor...   | Read..

Kairana, BJP's heartland lab

If the politics of polarisation needed an incubator, Kairana provided the perfect laboratory.   | Read..

FTII diploma parity

Students pursuing two-year and three-year diploma courses at the Pune-based Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) will now be eligible for admission to PhD courses...   | Read..

AIADMK ready, governor not

The venue is ready, invitations have been printed, only the date and the time need to be filled in.   | Read..

SC hands-off signal on plea to ban jokes

The Supreme Court today refused to issue any directive for banning "Santa-Banta" jokes, saying courts cannot lay down "moral guidelines for the citizens".   | Read..

Bhansali attack figures in House

Actress-turned-MP Jaya Bachchan today brought up the recent assault on director Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Jaipur, as the Union government and Rajasthan's ruling BJP faced...   | Read..

Apex court lens on city judge

A seven-judge Constitution bench will tomorrow decide whether to initiate contempt proceedings against Calcutta High Court judge C.S. Karnan for writing to the Prime...   | Read..

JNU entry fears grow

Tentative intake figures released by JNU today fuelled the suspicion of protesting students that MPhil and PhD seats will come down and several teachers may not be able to...   | Read..

Satyarthi Nobel theft

A replica of the Nobel Peace Prize and its citation awarded to child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi were among the valuables stolen from his southeast Delhi residence in...   | Read..

Girls protest library entry bar

Students in three girls' hostels of Mumbai University at Kalina have opposed a decision barring their entry into a 24X7 library on the campus after 11pm.   | Read..

Maya keeps rivals edgy

The BJP and the Samajwadi Party-Congress combine are counting on their core supporters to sail through the Uttar Pradesh polls but even they acknowledge Mayawati's...   | Read..
Actress Sunny Leone enjoys the snow at Gulmarg. (PTI)   | Read..
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