The Telegraph
Monday , October 9 , 2017

Shah vents Kerala fury from Delhi

BJP president Amit Shah today flagged off a party march here against the "Marxist-jihadi terror" in Kerala, days after prematurely leaving the Janraksha Yatra being held on the same issue...   | Read..

IAF worry on 'peace' losses

Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa today said the tail rotor of the Mi-17 helicopter that crashed in Tawang on Friday may have "come off", voicing concern over...   | Read..

Outrage over dead soldiers in sacks

The army has asserted that fallen soldiers are always given "full military honour" after purported images of the bodies of Friday's helicopter crash victims,...   | Read..

EC dues bar plea rejected

The government has rejected an Election Commission proposal to pass a law barring people who have failed to clear their dues to public utilities from contesting...   | Read..

Job jitters in India as Saudi women get set to drive

Saudi Arabia's historic decision to allow women to drive in the country is causing jitters in faraway Kerala, where lakhs of families depend on remittances sent by...   | Read..

Protests in Australia to 'stop Adani'

Protesters rallied across Australia yesterday against Indian mining giant Adani's planned Carmichael coal mine project in Queensland, hitting the streets in a bid to stop...   | Read..

GST turns varsity entrance costlier

Seeking admission to universities has become costlier because of the goods and services tax, with most public and private varsities charging 18 per cent GST on the price of...   | Read..

UGC delays, ministry frowns

The government has rapped the University Grants Commission for sitting on dozens of applications from institutions seeking deemed-to-be-university status and has asked the...   | Read..

IIT teachers to protest pay revision delay

Teachers at the Indian Institutes of Technology are set to hold a protest for the first time against the NDA government over its delay in announcing a revised pay package...   | Read..

PM walks down poison lane

Narendra Modi today returned to his birthplace for the first time since becoming Prime Minister, holding a road show, visiting his old school and asserting that the town...   | Read..

Farms defy ban, burn straw

The high cost of farm machinery that removes residual stalks is proving an obstacle to enforcing the ban on burning paddy stubble in Punjab and Haryana.   | Read..
Shah vents Kerala fury from Delhi
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