The Telegraph
Monday , July 17 , 2017

Sangh loose talk on China worries govt

Sections of India's strategic establishment are worried that provocative comments like RSS leader Indresh Kumar's exhortation yesterday for an Indian takeover of parts of Tibet are undercutting the...   | Read..

Former Sikkim CM dead

Nar Bahadur Bhandari, the obscure schoolteacher who rose to become a long-serving chief minister of Sikkim, died today, state government sources said. He was 77.   | Read..

Call to conscience in 'clash of ideas'

Congress president Sonia Gandhi emphasised on the eve of the President's election that shortage of numbers cannot deter the fight for ideology and that the convergence of...   | Read..

Beef cuffs for victim

A BJP worker beaten up by cow vigilantes on Wednesday has been arrested under a Maharashtra law that bans the possession of beef.   | Read..

Peer jailed for death threat to Indian-origin woman

Senior district judge Emma Arbuthnot certainly cannot complain of having a dull life at Westminster Magistrates' Court where she is having to deal with two very...   | Read..

Bouncer who makes women feel 'safer'

Joking with clients and colleagues, Mehrunnisha Shokat Ali might be mistaken for any other patron of the Social watering hole in the capital's swanky Hauz Khas neighbourhood.   | Read..

Nepotism rocks

The three-day IIFA Weekend and Awards came to a blockbuster end on Saturday night at the Metlife Stadium in New Jersey with Udta Punjab winning the top acting honours...   | Read..

Modi call to plug graft escape routes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said those seeing a political conspiracy in action against corruption were seeking an escape route.   | Read..

Sons rise in dynasty-baiter BJP

BJP president Amit Shah loves to target the Congress's "dynasty culture" but his own party is betraying signs of the trend in Madhya Pradesh.   | Read..

Bus accident kills 16 Amarnath pilgrims

A bus carrying Amarnath pilgrims skidded off the road and rolled down a deep gorge in the Banihal area of Jammu, leaving 16 people dead and dozens injured today in the...   | Read..

Flash floods in Odisha

Flash floods in Odisha's Rayagada district have left thousands of people marooned and prompted the state government to seek the help of defence forces.   | Read..

Wait ahead for farmers for loan waiver

Implementation of the crop loan waiver that Yogi Adityanath's government had announced on April 4 faces a fresh threat of delay, this time because of poor Internet...   | Read..
(From left) Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, CPI’s D Raja, National Conference president Farooq Abdullah...   | Read..
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