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It will be the first opportunity for the hill residents to cast their votes since the 2017 unrest — over the demand for a separate state of Gorkhaland — that resulted in a 104-day strike and claimed 11 lives.
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A significant portion of the health budget is dedicated to the much-touted Ayushman Bharat scheme, which is of no use to people with rare diseases, which are usually genetic and, as such, outside the ambit of insurance.
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OPINION | Under authoritarian regimes, school-level history is often purged of episodes of violence, atrocities and other forms of oppression perpetrated by the State to create a facade of harmony and unity.
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The Telegraph 3h
The survey reveals that Patliputra in Bihar and Hooghly in Bengal are the only two constituencies where not a single mother had received the ideal full antenatal care.
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Rahul Gandhi visited Thirunelli in his Kerala constituency to perform a bali tarpanam at the Vishnu temple, paying his respects to the souls of his father Rajiv Gandhi and other dead ancestors.
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The Telegraph 4h
The business community across the region acknowledged their trade was severely hit by the note ban and GST but felt they don’t have an option other than the BJP.
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The Telegraph 4h
OPINION | Since the Opposition doesn’t really have anyone who can match Modi’s all-India appeal, comparisons may not always be fruitful; writes
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The Telegraph 5h
The Congress would fight the BJP and the RSS with “love and affection” and do everything to defeat them but not eliminate them.
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The Telegraph 5h
MOVIE REVIEW | While the indulgent first half is spent in introducing characters at random, an overstretched Half Two does manage to pack in some stirring moments, but not quite enough.
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The Telegraph 6h
OPINION | Nationalism and Hindutva cannot fill empty stomachs.
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The Telegraph 6h
An IAS officer deputed by the Election Commission has been suspended after a decision by him led to the inspection of a helicopter that ferried Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Odisha.
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The Telegraph 7h
OPINION | While the absence of political apathy among first-time voters is encouraging, it must be asked what their most pressing concerns are, for those are the lines along which they are likely to vote.
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The Telegraph 7h
The first tribal woman from Kerala to qualify for the IAS told Rahul Gandhi that her parents were beneficiaries of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
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The Telegraph 8h
The 29-year-old computer scientist deserves credit for developing the algorithm and testing five petabytes of data.
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The Telegraph 8h
Pragya Thakur will take on Congress heavyweight and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh.
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The Telegraph 8h
The price cuts in India, when and if they happen, will be designed to stem the loss of subscribers when Disney Plus launches its services.
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J P Yadav 9h
"Modi ka woh 2014 wala jalwa nahi raha lekin usko koi rok bhi nahi raha (Modi’s 2014 aura is gone but nobody is blocking him either),” an elderly Jat farmer told me, trying to sum up the poll mood in UP. Story on the Modi factor with voices on the ground.
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The Telegraph 9h
The French government is gathering donations and setting up a special office to deal with big-ticket offers.
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The Telegraph 10h
...And King’s Landing and Old Town. A Game of Thrones fangirl spends a day in Girona in Spain.
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The Telegraph 11h
We take a look at some of these lesser-known harvest festivals.
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