The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hangman’s noose a twist away
Ten days before his 41st birthday, Dhananjoy Chatterjee, convicted of raping and murdering teenager Hetal Parekh, heard on the radio in his condemned cell at Alipore Central Jail this afternoon that the President had turned down his clemency plea. ...  | Read.. 
Boycott off, head-to-head tussle
The government and the BJP are locked in a fresh confrontation over who will head some parliamentary panels, a day after the Opposition decided to end its boycott of the committees. ...  | Read.. 
Siachen test for Pak bonhomie
The two-day talks between India and Pakistan to promote friendly exchanges ended today on a cordial note with both sides agreeing to consider proposals that will intensify contacts between their people, including a liber ...  | Read.. 
Indian cashes in on Kerry
Fundraising fraud on Internet traced to Jaipur
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry’s campaign has asked the US department of justice to investigate an Internet website in India, which has been collecting and poc ...  | Read.. 
Hangman’s noose a twist away
All I can say is that we have been waiting for this for long

Hetal’s sister-in-law
Warrant wart pops up
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is in a spot over his ministers’ run-ins with the law. ...  | Read..
Manipur erupts after Delhi rebuff
Emotion-charged Manipur reacted violently to reports of Delhi’s reluctance to withdraw the Armed Fo ...  | Read..
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Shuffle stalled by spreading ‘stain’
Manmohan Singh’s reported plan to expand his cabinet before Parliament ...   | Read.. 
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Asim melts teacher dues freeze
The government today said it will shortly release funds to clear post- ...   | Read.. 
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Pak crackdown ripples in UK
Pakistani officials today withheld the identity of a top al Qaida suspect ...   | Read.. 
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Dhoni stands a good chance
Bihar’s Mahender Singh Dhoni, currently in Zimbabwe with the India A s ...   | Read.. 
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Verdict fails to break silence but fires relief
A thousand miles from the condemned cell in which Dhananjoy Chatterjee had ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Wages of partisanship
The author is chancellor, North-eastern Hill University ...   | Read.. 
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Dial Maran for telecom rejig
The government will soon unveil a new National Telecom Policy, focusing on ...   | Read.. 
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Dashboard to sniff out drunk drivers
Britain plans to introduce a “dashboard breathalyser” device which is ...   | Read..