The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Eureka! Something rotten in Delhi
Cabinet secretary Kamal Pande has dropped a bombshell that has shaken the bureaucracy and left some shrapnel-marks on the Vajpayee regime’s claims about the quality of its governance. ...  | Read.. 
Nalco boss in net & out
The Nalco molestation case broke out of a lull today with the arrest and release of the company’s chief who said the allegation was trumped up to “tarnish my image and th ...  | Read.. 
IIM battle in people’s court
The Indian institutes of management came out in the open today with their opposition to Murli Manohar Joshi’s move to cut tuition fees, fielding two business heavyweights ...  | Read.. 
Power vacuum row in House
The entire Opposition walked out of the Jharkhand Assembly today to protest the absence of most ministers and secretaries concerned during the debate on budgetary demands ...  | Read.. 
Teacher sops
The Assam cabinet tonight approved several pre-poll sweeteners. ...  | Read.. 
Manipur influx swoop
The Manipur government has rounded up 20 Bangladeshi nationals and jailed them under the Foreigners’ Act, close on the heels of a demand for a permit system to regulate t ...  | Read.. 
Pervez tames cricket chamchas
Pay and watch, presidential order tells freeloaders
Pervez Musharraf may have critics, but the President appears intent on changing the face of Pakistan. He has already re-written many rules and, now, has targeted the “free l ...  | Read.. 
Fowl is fair: Actress Perizaad Zorabian feasts on tandoori chicken at the Chicken Shining campaign in Mumbai. (Reuters)
The time has come to widen the debate

on the IIM fee issue
Hospital yanks off lifeline
In a rerun of the Sushmita Biswas tragedy that occurred four months ago, a 74-year-old man died ...  | Read..
Full-blast Naxalite hit on Bengal
In one of the biggest offensives on Bengal’s police and paramilitary, suspected guerrillas of t ...  | Read..
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Jains’ minority plea on Buddha table
Barring a major change in plans, the Jains — one of the richest and mo ...   | Read.. 
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Strike applause only Citu can hear
A day after putting life in Bengal in a 24-hour freeze frame, the Citu ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
Sand in Osama hourglass running out: US
Time is running out for Osama bin Laden, the US military said today, as Am ...   | Read.. 
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‘Teams certainly won’t be at war’
Javed Miandad has been a Lahori for some years, but Karachi remains specia ...   | Read.. 
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Child in bus, mother run over
It was a bus that was to take mother and daughter home. Instead, in a matte ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Bounds of the possible
The author is former foreign secretary of India ...   | Read.. 
Business More.. 
Lifeboat to keep PSU stocks afloat
Rattled by the frigid response to the public issues by a raft of state ...   | Read.. 
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Gibson’s Passion opens to outrage & applause
While preview audiences are leaving theatres deeply moved by Mel Gibson’s ...   | Read..