The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sangh boss in capital comeback
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief K.S. Sudarshan has decided to end his two-year self-imposed exile from the capital instead of confining himself to the Nagpur headquarters and other places. ...  | Read.. 
Pervez blames riots
Rejecting charges of Pakistan’s involvement in the strike on Swaminarayan temple, President Pervez Musharraf today said the terrorist attack was a fallout of the riots in Guj ...  | Read.. 
Politics shadow falls on Nimhans chair
Large sections of the academic fraternity and administration at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (Nimhans) are in a state of disquiet over the d ...  | Read.. 
Boy death fingers pointed at jawans
The parents of a 17-year-old student who was allegedly stoned to death by Railway Protection Force jawans in Chhapra have decided to approach the National Human Rights Co ...  | Read.. 
Naxalite grip loosening: Police
Police today said the influence of the People’s War Group was waning and the number of its workers had drastically reduced over the years. ...  | Read.. 
Pervez blames riots
Close shave for IA passengers
Mumbai building collapses
Eight in sex racket caught
Hazare breaks vrat
From Kabul with love: Shahrook ko salam dena
Shahrook ko mera salam dena,” shouts the newspaper boy after closing a transaction with..  | Read.. 
New toy teeth for fighter fleet
On the tarmac at the Indian Air Force base here, the mid-day sun glinting off their silver-grey..  | Read.. 
CPM tells Thackeray to keep off
Reacting sharply to Bal Thackeray’s criticism of Buddha ...  | Read.. 

Terror ‘mischief’ stick for BJP
The Congress today took the BJP to task for saying that ...  | Read.. 

Swoop on Salem trio
There is more bad news for underworld don Abu Salem — n ...  | Read.. 

In another application to the court, Sharma’s lawyers reques ...  | Read..