The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Atal resents sanctions double face
Less than 24 hours after American emissary Richard Armitage left Delhi, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has hit out against what he called a discriminatory sanctions regime that was denying India access to technology while rewarding errant nations in the neighbourhood. ...  | Read.. 
Hizb links truce to talks progress
A prominent Kashmiri guerrilla leader hailed the peace initiative but dismissed the possibility of an immediate ceasefire in the Valley. ...  | Read.. 
Shrub smuggle stink in mystery death
Scotland Yard believes the murder of Indian millionaire Amarjit Chohan and the disappearance of his family is linked to the booming trade in khat, a West African shrub that i ...  | Read.. 
Govt mulls shrine upkeep law
The Centre is thinking of an “exclusive legislation” for maintaining and managing the country’s historic shrines and religious centres, encouraged by the successful manag ...  | Read.. 
Advani harps on America’s Pak clout
Deputy Prime Minister .K. Advani has made it clear to US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage that Pakistan has not done enough to stop cross-border terrorism and t ...  | Read.. 
No wrong numbers: National Akali Dal activists burn the poster of a phone in New Delhi to protest tariff hike by Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. (AFP)
‘Consensus’ twist to forced marriage
Second test fire of Astra missile
Manmohan kin shot at on train
New exam centres
Scent of a love triangle in Madhumita murder
The murder of Madhumita Shukla turned up the political heat in Uttar Pradesh today with the poet’s ..  | Read.. 
Red faces over Buddha con kin
A day after the arrest of the couple impersonating as “close relatives” of chief minister Buddhadeb..  | Read.. 
Theatres in tax SOS
A city full of cine stars but without cinema halls' ...  | Read.. 

Suri tipped to pick up Beijing baton
Nalin Suri, additional secretary heading the China division ...  | Read.. 

Magistrate fools sleuths
Judicial magistrate S.S. Bhardwaj escaped soon after th ...  | Read.. 

Malaysia infotech balm
Malaysian minister for works Samy Vellu will hold high-leve ...  | Read.. 

Tax wing rapped for wrong figures
A parliamentary panel has pulled up the income-tax departme ...  | Read.. 

Judge’s cool bungalow
The CBI has come across a lift and nearly a dozen air-c ...  | Read.. 

Brit ‘bloody nose’ on Indian killing fields
First it was the Irish, then the Scots; now Indian warr ...  | Read.. 

EC sight set on foreign shores
The Election Commission is considering a UN proposal to ...  | Read.. 

Mulayam eyes Kalyan tieup
Even as the BJP woos Kalyan Singh to bolster its social ...  | Read.. 

Terror camp reminder to Dhaka
India has handed Bangladesh a list of 155 terrorist tra ...  | Read.. 

Joshi sees smooth sail for women Bill
Speaker Manohar Joshi today said he is confident the wo ...  | Read..