The Telegraph
Saturday , June 17 , 2017

Let us discuss and let Modi decide

The Centre has all but told the Opposition that the next President would be decided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and that harping on a consensus candidate was unreasonable because in the past...   | Read..

Bhagwat calls on Pranab

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat met outgoing President Pranab Mukherjee over lunch at Rashtrapati Bhavan today, sparking curiosity in the run-up to the July...   | Read..

ADMK squabble cloud on election

More than 30 AIADMK legislators have threatened to boycott the presidential elections if the Tamil Nadu government is not run as per the "guidance" of T.T.V....   | Read..

National yoga centre plan

The Centre is considering a plan to establish a national-level resource centre on yoga to focus on syllabus revision and textbook standardisation, besides facilitating...   | Read..

'Interaction' in tight PM trip

Sandwiched by day trips to Portugal and the Netherlands, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US later this month will be short, snappy and without a visit to any...   | Read..

Kabul route to bypass Pak

India and Afghanistan plan to launch a unique "air freight corridor" this weekend to counter Pakistan's refusal of transit access to their trucks laden with goods...   | Read..

JNU approves new courses amid mayhem

Jawaharlal Nehru University’s vice-chancellor M. Jagadesh Kumar today approved two new courses and a new academic centre, in an academic council that saw students and...   | Read..

Bullies kill Indian teen

An Indian-origin teenager in Malaysia who aspired to be like composer A.R. Rahman has died after a brutal assault, allegedly by five former school mates, for being effeminate.   | Read..

Warning that sent MLAs back to seats

Amarinder Singh today sent Akali Dal and BJP MLAs protesting in the Assembly's Well back to their seats with one threat: he would reveal the names of people who had bagged...   | Read..

Killed for defecation shaming protest

Municipal employees in Rajasthan's Pratapgarh town allegedly beat a middle-aged man to death when he tried to stop them from scaring away women defecating in the open and...   | Read..

Salem found guilty in Bombay blasts case

A special Tada court today convicted Abu Salem, gangster and former henchman of Dawood Ibrahim, and five others over the 1993 Bombay serial blasts that killed 257 people.   | Read..

Interceptors shot in Valley

Two young civilians were shot dead today as the security forces foiled a pro-independence mob's attempts to disrupt an anti-militancy operation in a south Kashmir village,...   | Read..

3 months to prepare for Jadhav case

The International Court of Justice has given India three months to prepare its arguments to demand the quashing of the death sentence issued by a Pakistan military court...   | Read..
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