The Telegraph
Saturday , March 18 , 2017

Barrage of promises to ease Teesta jitters

India plans to shower Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina with a barrage of promises ranging from military aid to maritime assistance when she visits next month, but Dhaka is signalling worries...   | Read..

Sidhu to retain TV innings

Minister by day. TV comedy show guest at night.   | Read..

Shashi vetoes 'PM' petition

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor today sought the withdrawal of an online petition that wants him as the UPA's prime ministerial candidate for 2019, saying his party had "a...   | Read..

Portal to track drug sales

The Centre has proposed an electronic platform to track the movement and sales of medicines across the country with manufacturers, distributors and retailers mandated to...   | Read..

Affair not suicide abetment: SC

If a woman commits suicide after finding her husband in an intimate position with another woman, this cannot be a ground to charge the husband with abetment of suicide, the...   | Read..

Hurriyat decries Hizbul line

A senior leader of the hardline Hurriyat faction today chided slain Hizbul commander Burhan Wani's successor Zakir Musa for linking the Kashmir issue with religion, saying...   | Read..

Pilot belts tightened after radar blips

Pilots have been asked to inform cabin crew before taking "controlled rest" and constantly monitor the emergency frequency as part of new instructions issued...   | Read..

Separatists jab for Pak

Kashmir's separatists have in a rare move publicly censured Pakistan for its alleged efforts to merge Gilgit-Baltistan with the mainland by declaring it the country's fifth...   | Read..

HC eases protest curbs at JNU

Delhi High Court today lifted temporary restrictions on protests at JNU while wondering why there was so much unrest.   | Read..

Sufi clerics still missing in Pak

Indian officials suspect that either militant groups or Pakistan's intelligence agencies may have abducted two Sufi clerics from New Delhi who were visiting the...   | Read..

Minister leads CM race in UP

Union telecom minister Manoj Sinha, regarded as an able administrator, seems to have emerged the frontrunner for the post of Uttar Pradesh chief minister.   | Read..

Cong targets Goa governor for Jaitley call

The Congress today demanded the dismissal of Goa governor Mridula Sinha, accusing her of the "constitutional impropriety" of consulting Union finance minister...   | Read..

Hill crown for Varanasi hard work

Trivendra Singh Rawat, a former RSS pracharak, was today elected leader of the BJP legislative party in Uttarakhand, paving the way for him to take over as chief minister.   | Read..

Boy rides life-saver device to power seat

Tamil Nadu boy Akash Manoj, 15, has invented a device that detects silent heart attacks. Haryana farmer Surjeet Singh, 64, has a strain of high-yield and salt-tolerant rice...   | Read..
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