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The Telegraph 8h
The human resource development ministry has asked all the central educational institutions to start implementing the 10 per cent economic quota from the 2019-20 session, and to increase their seats to accommodate it.
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The Telegraph 9h
Last week, hundreds of garment workers in Bangladesh took to the streets of Dhaka demanding wage hikes and protesting pay disparity. More than 50 factories came to a standstill.
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The Telegraph 10h
As a toddler, her parents said they noticed something “unusual” in her affinity for water. By the time she was five, she would often go missing, only to be found playing by a pond.
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The Telegraph 11h
Federer failed to convert any of the 12 break points he earned. Tsitsipas went 1 for 3 in that category, getting his only break in the last game of the third set.
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The Telegraph 12h
Sourav Ganguly, under whose captaincy Jacob Martin made his India debut in September 1999, has joined the effort to put the Baroda stalwart back on his feet.
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The Telegraph 12h
The 46-year-old, who played 10 ODIs, met with an accident while travelling on a scooter and was admitted to the hospital on December 28.
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The Telegraph 13h
Modi says Opposition alliance is a nexus of corruption, scams, negativity and instability.
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The Telegraph 14h
A small group of filmmakers and actors told a delegation led by Shashi Tharoor that they feared being branded anti-national for falling foul of the current dispensation at the Centre over their creative work.
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The Telegraph 15h
An account of how a law teacher entered Sabarimala “to establish [my] fundamental right”.
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Intel India 15h
country head shares her thoughts with about and its potential across sectors such as smart mobility, healthcare, agriculture and more.
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The Telegraph 16h
PM Modi’s “charisma” and ability to connect with audiences has always been touted as one of his biggest strengths. But ahead of the general election, the Congress leadership feels he may be falling victim to publicity overkill.
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The Telegraph 17h
OPINION | One reason why many of us are baffled by some of the recent decisions of the Supreme Court is that the venerable judges of the highest court of the land had themselves raised the bar of our expectations rather high just a year ago.
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The Telegraph 18h
BJP dissidents Yashwant Sinha, Arun Shourie and Shatrughan Sinha lived up to her expectations, delivering passionate speeches.
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The Telegraph 19h
About an art project whose aim is to darn a broken understanding.
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The Telegraph 20h
BOOK REVIEW | Revati Laul's new book on the 2002 Gujarat horrors puts out three hate stories.
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The Telegraph 21h
Amitav Ghosh shares his thoughts about the impact of technology on books, and the subject closest to his heart — climate change.
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The Telegraph 22h
Nirendranath Chakraborty was the poet of incomplete narratives, the real human situation.
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The Telegraph 23h
We should try and follow Denmark, a country that has achieved a national reduction of food wastage by 25 per cent in five years.
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The Telegraph Jan 20
Reading the correspondence between the poet and the French writer, Romain Rolland, we witness two personalities who are deeply engaged in finding a lasting peace in the period between the two devastating World Wars.
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The Telegraph Jan 20
Prasun Chaudhuri speaks to some of those who still remember his dedication to a doomed effort.
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