The Telegraph
Saturday , May 20 , 2017

Dalits convert to protest

At least 180 Dalit families from three western Uttar Pradesh villages claim to have embraced Buddhism "in protest against the atrocities on Dalits under the Yogi Adityanath government".   | Read..

'Lapses' behind LoC beheadings

A preliminary army inquiry has suggested "operational lapses" behind the killing and beheading of two Indian jawans near the Line of Control on May 1.   | Read..

Amit Shah's daily diary

BJP president Amit Shah today questioned the Congress's right to criticise the Narendra Modi government on job creation.   | Read..

Govt rules out dual policy on militants

Defence minister Arun Jaitley today pledged an iron-fist policy on both foreign and local militants, effectively rejecting calls for a distinction between the two...   | Read..

Hawala finger at Kejri

Rebel Aam Aadmi Party MLA Kapil Mishra today alleged that the party had received money from hawala operators to allow tax evasion and that Arvind Kejriwal had opposed...   | Read..

Toilet bar on CISF in airport core areas

The CISF has banned its personnel from entering the core security area of airports except in uniform and from using cellphones and toilets there.   | Read..

10,000 stuck on road to Badrinath

Over 10,000 pilgrims and tourists are feared stranded near Vishnuprayag in Uttarakhand after rain-triggered landslides this afternoon.   | Read..

IAS trio convicted in coal scam

A CBI court today convicted former coal secretary H.C. Gupta and two other IAS officers, including the current chief secretary of Meghalaya, of irregularities in coal block...   | Read..

Ministers told to stay the night in Northeast

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made at least a night's stay mandatory for Union ministers who visit the Northeast in an attempt to send out a message that the...   | Read..

Pak new ICJ team

Pakistan will constitute a new team of lawyers to "vigorously" present its case against Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice, Prime Minister...   | Read..

After chai, roti and mudde

Narendra Modi tried reading the tea leaves with chai pe charcha. The Janata Dal Secular wants to stir the pot with a full-course meal.   | Read..

Africa pitch to counter China road project

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a small group of visiting African leaders in Gandhinagar next week as a part of India's efforts to contrast its development...   | Read..

Tug of politics in Rajinikanth 'war' cry

Tamil movie superstar Rajinikanth today asked his fans to be ready for "war" and asserted the "system is rotten" and needed change, the comments seen as...   | Read..

SC notice to govt on Aadhaar petition

The Supreme Court today sought the Centre's response on a fresh plea seeking a stay on a March 3 notification that allegedly makes Aadhaar cards or related documents...   | Read..

ED charges on Delhi brothers

The Enforcement Directorate today chargesheeted two Delhi businessmen and brothers in connection with its probe into a Rs 8,000-crore money-laundering case and attached...   | Read..

ED case against Karti

The Enforcement Directorate today filed a money-laundering case against P. Chidambaram's son Karti, three days after the CBI searched the residences of the former Union...   | Read..

Saved: Romeo's reputation

William Shakespeare's Juliet may have famously assured her boyfriend Romeo that names aren't important, but Yogi Adityanath's government has begged to differ.   | Read..
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