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Job scheme budget-cut plan sparks alarm  (28 November 04:49 am) 
New Delhi, Nov. 27: The finance ministry has decided to shave Rs 3,000 crore, or about nine per cent, off the rural job guarantee scheme\'s budget allocation, government sources told The Telegraph.
Speedy probe into firing  (28 November 04:49 am) 
Srinagar, Nov. 27: An army inquiry into the killing of two youths in Chattergam village has indicted a junior commissioned officer and eight soldiers for murder, sources said.
Fadnavis reaches  (28 November 04:49 am) 
Mumbai, Nov. 27: The ruling BJP today said it would reopen negotiations with the Shiv Sena from tomorrow on power sharing in Maharashtra ahead of a cabinet expansion expected this weekend.
Saarc frustration earns Modi face-saver  (28 November 04:49 am) 
Kathmandu, Nov. 27: Indian diplomats deftly tapped into the frustration of multiple neighbours about India-Pakistan tensions holding up regional cooperation to eke out on Thursday a face-saver pact at
Suicide tag on Badaun deaths  (28 November 04:49 am) 
New Delhi, Nov. 27: The two teenage Badaun cousins found hanging from a tree in May committed suicide and were not gang-raped or murdered, the CBI has said.
War hero medals snub paltry auction bid  (28 November 04:49 am) 
London, Nov. 27: The life of \"Jumbo\" \' the nickname World War II flying ace Wing Commander Karun Krishna Majumdar was known by \' has always been big on drama.
Militants cross border, kill seven  (28 November 04:49 am) 
Srinagar, Nov. 27: Three soldiers and four civilians were killed when militants of a suspected suicide squad that had infiltrated India went on a shooting spree and triggered a gun battle in a Jammu
Cloud on fate of Indians abducted in Iraq  (28 November 04:49 am) 
New Delhi, Nov. 27: Thirty-nine of 40 construction workers from India kidnapped in Iraq may have been killed by Islamic State militants, ABP News today quoted two Bangladeshi workers as saying.
Hope of cheap solar water tool  (28 November 04:49 am) 
New Delhi, Nov. 27: A team of Indian engineers has designed a prototype low-cost solar-heated water desalination unit that can produce about five litres of drinking water each day and is intended for
5 die in raid on UK embassy car in Kabul  (28 November 04:47 am) 
Kabul, Nov. 27: At least five persons were killed when a suicide bomber attacked a British embassy vehicle in Kabul this morning.
Nov. 27: Phyllis Dorothy James White, who became Baroness James of Holland Park in 1991 but was better known as \"the Queen of Crime\" for the multi-layered mystery novels she wrote as P.D. James, died
European MPs want Google break-up  (28 November 04:47 am) 
Brussels, Nov. 27: The European Parliament today approved a non-binding resolution for Google to be broken up into separate companies.
Kim's younger sister given senior role  (28 November 04:47 am) 
Nov. 27: North Korea has revealed that Kim Yo-jong, the younger sister of Kim Jong-un, has been made a senior official of the ruling Workers\' Party, confirming her position as a key figure in the
Unfriendly neighbour  (28 November 04:46 am) 
With a tougher leader and a stronger government in Delhi, it would have been normal for our neighbours to examine whether they needed to review their India-related policies.
Mystery of missing channels  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Several STAR channels are missing in 25 lakh of the city\'s 28 lakh cable homes and subscribers are in the dark about the options on how to get them back.
Constable dies in accident  (28 November 04:46 am) 
A Calcutta police constable died after a lorry hit the motorcycle he was riding on BT Road in Khardah on Thursday afternoon.
Odyssey with uncle Ulysses  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Metempsychosis (Greek). Met him pike hoses (Ulysses). Met him Sykes hoses (Odysseus Abroad). Transmigration of the soul. It happens. With books too. With books two.
Health care fails to bite the bullet  (28 November 04:46 am) 
A man with a bullet in the neck being denied lifesaving surgery at four state-run medical colleges in the course of a night shows that little has changed in government hospitals over the past three
Ignorance toll on artwork  (28 November 04:46 am) 
The agency that had supervised the removal \' and the demolition \"by mistake\" \' of Shanu Lahiri\'s installation from the Parama crossing had no idea that it was dealing with a work of art, several
Split is showing at Victoria  (28 November 04:46 am) 
A giant tree almost as old as the Victoria Memorial and felled by the ravages of age hasn\'t found a pall-bearer to carry it away even two months after its demise.
JU misses report deadline  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Jadavpur University has missed the deadline for sending a customary report to the chancellor ahead of the December 24 convocation because the venue for a crucial part of the event is yet to be
Plan to shut out errant Elders  (28 November 04:46 am) 
New Delhi, Nov. 27: The Rajya Sabha\'s committee of privileges today recommended that a member who causes repeated disruptions be \"automatically suspended\", suggesting for the first time a formal
Man killed ahead of PM's visit  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Guwahati/Imphal, Nov. 27: Suspected Ulfa (I) killed a Hindi-speaking person today while security personnel gunned down an Ulfa (I) rebel and recovered huge quantities of arms and ammunition from
Fresh in memory card, lost in report  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Patna, Nov. 27: Call it deliberate or by chance, several lofty promises of Nitish Kumar limping on the ground did not find place in chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi\'s annual report card on the
Two handshakes after two days  (28 November 04:46 am) 
Kathmandu, Nov. 27: Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif shook hands twice today and chatted about regional cooperation over a vegetarian lunch, but the spark in bilateral ties will need