The Telegraph
Thursday , May 4 , 2017

Seats for girls set to lower IIT quota cut-off

The extra seats the Indian Institutes of Technology will create for girls will follow the existing reservation norms for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the other backward classes, raising...   | Read..

'Rashtra Rishi' bats for ayurveda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today rued that successive governments had tried to forget India's traditional medicinal systems instead of promoting them.   | Read..

Cong focus on UP selection

The Congress has decided to set up committees with a wide gamut of leaders to select candidates for the civic elections in Uttar Pradesh next month, the biggest such pool...   | Read..

Shah mission: 50% votes

The BJP under Amit Shah wants to achieve in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections what no party or leader in Independent India has been able to achieve - secure over 50 per cent of...   | Read..

Sexism, recalls PC; Not so, luv: Reader

Priyanka Chopra has been in a revealing mood in America, telling Modern Luxury magazine that she was once ditched from a movie because her availability did not match that...   | Read..

Valley bank loot spree

Two banks were looted within two hours today in south Kashmir, a region where around a dozen banks and cash vehicles have been robbed by alleged militants in the six months...   | Read..

Vishvas 'truce' in AAP feud

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) feud over Kumar Vishvas seems to have been kept on hold for now as the senior leader was placated today with an inquiry against a rival and given...   | Read..

Sons fear for life after lynching

A family that lost its patriarch yesterday to a lynch mob allegedly linked to a squad founded by Yogi Adityanath is considering leaving their home in a Bulandshahr village...   | Read..

Centre, 5 states silent on cow question

The Centre and five of the six states asked by the Supreme Court to reply to a plea to rein in cow vigilantes have not done so.   | Read..

Hate quiz awaits Delhi

India could face grilling for incidents of cow vigilantism at the universal periodic review of its human rights record at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva tomorrow as...   | Read..

Essar MD in bribery net

The CBI today arrested a managing director of the Essar Group, Pradip Mittal, and a top income tax official in connection with a bribery case of nearly Rs 2 crore.   | Read..

Govt admits Aadhaar leak

The Centre today admitted in the Supreme Court that Aadhaar card details had been leaked, but said it had taken place from other government departments, not from the nodal...   | Read..

Convention shadow on Karnataka BJP

Karnataka BJP veteran K.S. Eshwarappa is determined to press ahead with a convention of his "apolitical" outfit of backward classes in a show of open defiance of...   | Read..

Rs 200 cap for film ticket in Karnataka

The Karnataka government has capped the price of film tickets at all theatres in the state at Rs 200 and made it mandatory for multiplexes to screen Kannada and regional...   | Read..

Deaths darken mystery of summer estate

For Tamil Nadu politics, Kodanad Estate in the Nilgiris has always been an enigma. Now, a sinister element has been injected into the misty legend of what was once the...   | Read..

Sweet tooth? It's the liver

A hormone made inside the liver may hold the key to the human sweet tooth.   | Read..

RTI prod on former CJI

The Central Information Commission today directed the Supreme Court and the law ministry to disclose what action was taken on a complaint against former Chief Justice of...   | Read..

Chouhan picks Scindia as rival

Few indications now point to Jyotiraditya Scindia leading the Congress in the 2018 Madhya Pradesh polls but the ruling BJP seems confident he will be projected the chief...   | Read..

Torture finger at ATS, NIA

A Kanpur youth has alleged that Anti-Terrorist Squad and National Investigation Agency sleuths are torturing him, trying to falsely implicate him in terrorism cases and...   | Read..

Education cash for Kashmir

The Centre today sought to reach out to protesting Valley youths by announcing sops for them.   | Read..

Rajnath meeting

Union home minister Rajnath Singh today chaired a meeting with home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi, national security adviser Ajit Doval and Intelligence Bureau director Rajiv...   | Read..
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