The Telegraph
Friday , February 17 , 2017

Us-versus-them undercurrent in heartland

Harinath Singh's face glowed with excitement. He had seen Narendra Modi in real life for the first time and from the closest possible distance.   | Read..

Priyanka set to join campaign

BJP leaders might have jumped the gun by questioning Priyanka Gandhi's absence from the ongoing election campaign because she is expected in Rae Bareli tomorrow to campaign...   | Read..

Modi plays 'adopted son' in UP

Narendra Modi today described himself as Uttar Pradesh's "adopted son", seeking to counter criticism that he was an "outsider" while his rivals Rahul...   | Read..

CM campaigns for Aparna

The father-in-law stood by her yesterday, then she had her sister-in-law with her later in the day and today the most important person in Uttar Pradesh, who is also her...   | Read..

7-year-old applies for job at Google

A seven-year-old girl from Hereford who asked Google for a job was shocked to receive a personal response from CEO Sundar Pichai.   | Read..

Jaishankar heads to Beijing for fresh talks

Foreign secretary S. Jaishankar will fly to Beijing next week to kick-start a fresh dialogue aimed at ending months of heightened tension that is threatening carefully...   | Read..

EC asks Parrikar to be careful

The Election Commission today asked defence minister Manohar Parrikar to be "more circumspect and careful" in future after he was found to have violated the model...   | Read..

China nod to launch

China's official media today said India's space programme offered "food for thought" for other countries on how to achieve space success with small budgets,...   | Read..

JNU offers olive branch

Jawaharlal Nehru University vice-chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar today said scholars who had already enrolled in research courses would not be shunted out under new admission...   | Read..

Girl squeezes 'him' out of juice ad

A nine-year-old girl has refused to drink Dabur Real juice because the label on its pack said it was meant for "him", prompting Union minister Maneka Gandhi to...   | Read..

Blast let-offs cast shadow on Delhi police

A Delhi court today acquitted two Kashmiri youths charged in one of the pre-Diwali 2005 serial blasts, saying police had failed to produce evidence and putting a big...   | Read..

Haze on deemed varsities

Several deemed universities have been left wondering about where they stand, the uncertainty about their status sinking in belatedly after a Supreme Court judgment last...   | Read..

India tops in premature births: Study

A study released today has estimated India had over a million preterm births in 2010, twice China's count and the highest in the world, because expectant mothers were...   | Read..

Centre push on triple talaq

The Narendra Modi government today urged the Supreme Court to consider whether the practice of triple talaq and polygamy in the Muslim community was in conformity with the...   | Read..

Jammer hurdle for rule by remote

Cynics fearing rule by remote control in Tamil Nadu may be reassured if they look up the jail manual.   | Read..

Chouhan serves tips to fight taint

Do yoga and meditation, shun luxury, introspect and eat right - that's Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's "four-step" regimen for ministers and...   | Read..

BSF team plans note trip

A Border Security Force delegation, led by its director-general K.K Sharma, will visit Bangladesh later this month to raise the issue of smuggling of counterfeit Rs 2,000...   | Read..
Olive Ridley Turtles return to the sea after laying eggs in the sand on the Rushikulya Beach, around 140km south-west of Bhubaneswar, on Thursday....   | Read..
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