The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Press right to pry is right
Anything goes, as long as it is justified. That was the verdict pronounced by Jamshedpur as it resoundingly defeated the motion “This house believes investigative journalism is an unethical intrusion of privacy” after a nearly two-hour verbal duel between eight speakers at the XLRI auditorium. ...  | Read.. 
Delhi cops take charge of Sharma
A day after his dramatic surrender in an Ambala court, Shivani Bhatnagar murder accused R.K. Sharma was handed over to Delhi police today. ...  | Read.. 
Advani sees Lashkar hand
The militant attack on the Swaminarayan temple and the threat of cross-border terrorism seemed to preoccupy deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani as he shared the stage with ...  | Read.. 
Atal calls for labour consensus
Rapping political rivals for opposing liberalisation — particularly labour law reforms — Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee sought a consensus on crucial economic polici ...  | Read.. 
Muivah ready for talks give-and-take
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The speakers for the motion (top, from left) B. Muthuraman, Amitabh Choudhury, Gautam Mukherjee and Saugata Roy, and the speakers against the motion (above, from left) Arun Shourie, Sitaram Yechuri, Jayabrato Chatterjee and Shobhaa De. Pictures by Uma Shankar Dubey
Another attack on Valley candidate
Terror tops police meet agenda
Nagappa kin plea to PM
40 students hurt
BJP counts temple strike gains
Within days of the assault on the Swaminarayan temple, the BJP has started counting its gains. ..  | Read..