West Bengal  /  Published 10.01.20

Cops to control auto fare spurt during Book Fair

Autorickshaws will not be allowed to fleece passengers during the upcoming International Kolkata Book Fair at the Central Park fairgrounds. The Bidhannagar police will prepare a rate chart with the cu...
By Our Special Correspondent in Salt Lake

World  /  Published 11.02.19

In closed hearing, a clue about Mueller’s Russia inquiry

Of the few hints to emerge from special counsel Robert Mueller about evidence of possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, one of the most tantalising surfaced almost ...
By Sharon LaFraniere, Kenneth P. Vogel and Scott Shane/NYTNS in Washington

World  /  Published 31.12.19

Greetings 2020

By AP in

World  /  Published 29.01.19

Trump advisor Roger Stone pleads not guilty

Roger Stone, a longtime adviser and confidant of President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony charges in the Russia investigation after a publicity-filled few days spent slamming the p...
By AP in Washington, D.C.

Books  /  Published 25.01.19

Historian recalls tryst with Moscow

From an all-access pass to the highly classified Soviet archives to Simon, who?One of the most widely read historians of the time, Simon Sebag Montefiore, described in Calcutta on Wednesday his experi...
By Meghdeep Bhattacharyya in Calcutta

India  /  Published 22.01.19

Ships with Indian crew catch fire in Black Sea, many dead

Two ships carrying Indian, Turkish and Libyan crew members have caught fire in the Kerch Strait separating Crimea from Russia, killing at least 11 persons, media reports said on Tuesday.The fire broke...
By PTI in Moscow

Books  /  Published 04.02.20

The Therapy of Ideas, Debates and Books

Last evening when I made my way through the book-clutching crowds thronging the International Kolkata Book Fair at Central Park in Salt Lake, I felt that the city’s spirit of enquiry was soaring. Th...
By Sujata Sen in

Opinion  /  Published 26.01.20

Putin is not all bad

This month, the Russian president announced a wave of constitutional reforms, and the vast majority of foreign observers, especially in the West, immediately jumped to the conclusion that Vladimir Put...
By Gwynne Dyer in

World  /  Published 10.12.18

Climate change heat on US, Russia

Networks of scientists on Monday decried what they said was an effort by the US, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to downplay scientific consensus on global warming, warning that stronger policy measur...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi


Download our latest App

to get update on the go...


Copyright © 2020 The Telegraph. All rights reserved.