The Telegraph
Tuesday , October 3 , 2017

Human chain, march against media attacks

Several journalists and a few students, teachers and activists today marked Gandhi Jayanti by forming a human chain around the Press Club of India and later marching to the Indian Women's Press...   | Read..

Sushma IIT praise comes with price tag

When foreign minister Sushma Swaraj plugged the IITs as a symbol of India's success at the United Nations last month, she would have little expected to be asked to put her...   | Read..

Collegium revamp cry after judge transfer

An organisation of eminent lawyers and former Supreme Court and high court judges has condemned last week's controversial decision to transfer Justice Jayant Patel,...   | Read..

More Rahul trips for Gujarat battle

Rahul Gandhi will return to Gujarat for another three-day tour from October 9 amid indications of growing unease within the BJP that has ruled the state uninterrupted for...   | Read..

Amethi visit U-turn

The Amethi administration today agreed to provide security to Rahul Gandhi during his three-day visit from Wednesday, shedding its initial resistance and going back on a...   | Read..

Skip breakfast at your peril

People who skip breakfast may be putting themselves at risk of silent coronary artery blockages and cardiovascular disease, medical researchers said today after a study...   | Read..

Anti-Romeo paradox

A policeman who was part of the currently frozen Anti-Romeo Squad, formed to prevent sexual harassment in public places, has been arrested on the charge of attempting to...   | Read..

Indian vaccine trumps challenge

An Indian-made vaccine against typhoid has proved safe and effective in its first-ever human challenge trial and shown promise as a possible shield against typhoid fever in...   | Read..

SC backs spot checks at medical colleges

The Supreme Court has ruled that the Medical Council of India has the right to conduct surprise inspections of medical colleges to check compliance with norms, rejecting a...   | Read..

Mann Ki Baat versus Sidda's Kaam Ki Baat

Karnataka chief minister P.C. Siddaramaiah, who is eyeing a second term in office, is set to launch his own version of the Prime Minister's Mann Ki Baat programme to talk...   | Read..

Udit's son in airport brawl

Singer Udit Narayan's son Aditya allegedly threatened and abused IndiGo ground staff, including a woman employee, in Raipur during a row over excess baggage fees.   | Read..

Gandhi distortion rap for govt

The Congress today questioned the distorted portrayal of M.K. Gandhi as the Narendra Modi government pulled out all the stops to project the Mahatma as a byword for...   | Read..

Focus on consent after acquittal of filmmaker

What will it take for a "no" to mean "NO"?   | Read..

Ballygunge to the Strip, on night of shooting

When Kalyan Bhaumik, a 46-year-old lawyer from Ballygunge, returned to Paris Las Vegas, the casino resort where he was booked on Sunday night, the streets were "as...   | Read..

Kerala trolls hand actress 'father' of lessons

A woman may be as old as her birth certificate says but a man, if he happens to be a Malayalam movie star, is as young as his fans feel he is.   | Read..

Panel set up for OBC quota split

President Ram Nath Kovind today set up a commission headed by a retired judge, G. Rohini, to examine the sub-categorisation of other backward classes (OBCs).   | Read..

Anna protest

Social activist Anna Hazare today announced that he would relaunch his agitation for a strong ombudsman law, reports our special correspondent.   | Read..

List ready, UGC posts vacant

The government has been sitting on appointments to key posts in the University Grants Commission, forcing the higher education regulator to make do with an ad hoc...   | Read..

Children die in Pak shelling

Pakistani troops opened fire across the Line of Control today, leaving two children dead and a dozen villagers injured in Jammu's Poonch sector, as civilians bore the brunt...   | Read..

Chouhan mulls law to punish parent-neglect

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced plans to enact a law to punish people who neglect their parents, although such a central law already exists.   | Read..

Flight links key Afghan city with Delhi

A flight service connecting Mazar-e-Sharif, the strategically important Afghan city, with Delhi was launched, reflecting resolve of the two countries to boost connectivity...   | Read..

Woman saves Indian

A quick-thinking woman saved the life of an Indian truck driver in the UAE when she saw him in flames following a horrific accident, media reports said.   | Read..

Cong query for central committee

The CPM politburo could not resolve differences over the party's relationship with the Congress today even as the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh worked overtime...   | Read..
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