The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Smiles all around, only VHP by wayside
The peaceful conclusion of the denouement at the temple town of Ayodhya has pleased all key players but one. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad stands isolated in the political landscape. The governments in both Lucknow and New Delhi have managed to avert crises. ...  | Read.. 
Solemn march for Mother
Calcutta will mark the beatification of Mother Teresa with a special thanksgiving ceremony, followed by a solemn procession by the sisters of the Roman Catholic order she ...  | Read.. 
Advani recalls Pervez ‘lie’
As Pakistan today denied that Dawood Ibrahim was in the country, L.K. Advani said Pervez Musharraf had lied to him about the underworld king at the Agra summit. ...  | Read.. 
Cell phone saviour in shootout
The security forces today ended the 24-hour encounter outside the chief minister’s residence by gunning down two militants, but for Heena Rashid, a computer instructor rescue ...  | Read.. 
Kalam begins on win-win note
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam says he wishes to build a “win-win” relationship with the United Arab Emirates. He arrived in the UAE capital this evening on his first foreign visit s ...  | Read.. 
Swedish actress Liv Ullman at Mumbai railway station on Friday on a visit to the city. (AFP)
Pak guards on consulate vigil
HC stick for striking students
Raids on Daler properties
Raja Bhaiyya case
Mellow temple troops in face-saver sabha
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad today saved face by holding a sankalp sabha at Karsevakpuram a..  | Read.. 
Atal breathes fire at Pak
Atal Bihari Vajpayee today rejected the demand for the right to self-determination in Jammu and..  | Read..