The Telegraph
Wednesday , June 14 , 2017

CBSE set to keep moderation, scrap parity

The Central Board of Secondary Education may scrap a key exam rule that requires it to maintain near parity in the pass percentage with preceding years but is unlikely to stop giving extra marks to...   | Read..

Centre ban gifts Chinar 'new life'

A Kashmir University student says in the documentary In the Shade of Fallen Chinar: "Conflict is a perfect place for art."   | Read..

Rahul on way to visit grandma, BJP jeers

Rahul Gandhi today left for Italy to meet his 93-year-old grandmother and is expected to return in a week, before the process to elect the next President formally begins.   | Read..

Shatru bats for 'sidelined' Advani

Disgruntled BJP parliamentarian Shatrughan Sinha today termed L.K. Advani the "most suitable and deserving candidate" for the President's post, openly backing the...   | Read..

Medical seat plea binned

The Supreme Court today turned down the plea of a consortium of private medical colleges in Chhattisgarh to extend the admission schedule for post-graduate courses, saying...   | Read..

Bhutan free from measles

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has labelled Bhutan and Maldives as the first countries in the south-east Asian region to eliminate measles, more than three years ahead...   | Read..

RSS voice slams beef row

Tarun Vijay, a former editor of an RSS-affiliated weekly, has said that eating habits of north Indians cannot be imposed across the country, saying so amid a row over cow...   | Read..

Admit card advice for UPSC test

Candidates for the civil services preliminary exam on June 18 should download e-admit cards "well in advance" to avoid last minute rush, the UPSC has said.   | Read..

Why Kohli is grateful for IPL poor run

Virat Kohli gave away a little secret last night when he and the other smartly dressed members of the Indian cricket team were guests at a reception held in the historic...   | Read..

Govt sires 'virtuous' birth book minus lust

A booklet from the Union ministry for traditional medicine and yoga has prescribed to pregnant women a vegetarian diet, devoid of even onions and garlic, and also urged...   | Read..

Free use of hotel toilets for women

Women and children will now have free access to the toilets at hotels and restaurants in east Delhi.   | Read..

Patrol call to avert rape

The National Human Rights Commission today expressed concern over the increasing number of gang-rape cases being reported from the National Capital Region that covers Delhi...   | Read..

Shed-bombast advice to Modi on climate

India needs to shed its bombast on climate change after America's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement and focus on meeting those of its commitments that it can fund on its...   | Read..

'Assault' cry after Pak win

Security forces allegedly thrashed dozens of south Kashmir residents celebrating Pakistan's victory over Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy last night, smashed vehicles...   | Read..
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