The Telegraph
Friday , April 14 , 2017

AAP loses deposit in its den

Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party lost its deposit in the Rajouri Garden by-election in Delhi in an embarrassing reverse for the party just over two years after the rookie outfit had swept the...   | Read..

Cong quells BJP challenge in south

Karnataka's ruling Congress today bucked the national trend, retaining both the Assembly seats that voted in by-elections earlier this week despite the BJP's efforts to...   | Read..

Fresh cloud on JNU research seats

PhD and MPhil admissions at JNU are already set to fall from 1,068 last year to 130 this summer because of the adoption of new student-teacher ratio norms. Now comes news...   | Read..

EVM notices but no stay on UP results

The Supreme Court today issued notices to the Centre, Election Commission and the BJP on a BSP plea against EVMs but did not stay the Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand poll...   | Read..

Urdu option in medical exam

The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to include Urdu as an additional medium for students taking the entrance exam for undergraduate medical and dental courses from...   | Read..

Moral cops bully pair

A mob of alleged BJP and VHP workers was accused of using physical force on a woman and thrashing her fiancé and his younger brother in Meerut city last night, first...   | Read..

BJP first off the blocks in UP

The BJP is gearing up to begin an intense campaign to build on its gains in Uttar Pradesh while its vanquished rivals are still picking up the pieces.   | Read..

Delhi in dark on Jadhav

India today said it had no information on the whereabouts or condition of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the former naval officer sentenced to death by a Pakistan military court on...   | Read..

3-month breather for highway booze

The status tweak that allowed the sale of liquor along highways in states, including Bengal, has got a breather till July.   | Read..

Peace back, not voters

None of the 785 registered voters turned up at a booth here to cast their ballot but the 300-odd troopers and half-a-dozen poll officials didn't seemed bothered.   | Read..

SC primacy to free speech

The Supreme Court today refused to ban access to information available on the Internet on sex-determination tests on the ground that it would amount to restrictions on free...   | Read..

Lens on hush-hush hospitals

India is second from bottom, only above China, in health-care transparency, with key information on prices and outcomes of treatment and hospital stays as well as patients'...   | Read..

Take a deep breath, it's all in the brain

Scientists have pinpointed a cluster of cells in the brain that connects breathing and the mind and may explain how and why controlled, deep breathing can induce calmness,...   | Read..

48 million signs against single code

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) today submitted over 48 million signatures to the Law Commission, objecting to a uniform civil code.   | Read..

How vulnerable are India’s frontiers and who’s to blame?

India’s borders have never been so vulnerable since the 1971 war as now, a parliamentary committee on “border security capacity building and institutions”...   | Read..
BJP president Amit Shah (right) greets BJP-Akali Dal joint candidate Manjinder Singh Sirsa (left) after his victory in the Rajouri Garden bypoll...   | Read..
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