The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Freedom from govt quotas
Neither the Centre nor the states can impose seat quotas, including those for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, on private educational institutions that accept no government aid, the Supreme Court ruled today. ...  | Read.. 
Fightback in the time of fever
Twenty-seven more people died in Mumbai and Thane today, taking the toll from water-borne diseases to 93, as the Vilasrao Deshmukh government mounted an offensive. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal puts rebel blood on Indian rifles
Nepal’s embattled royal army today blamed faulty Indian assault rifles for the reverses it took when Maoist rebels overran a base 600 km to the west of Kathmandu, killed at least 43 soldiers and civilians and took anot ...  | Read.. 
Slang, bang, Sourav
Sourav Ganguly’s return as the Team India captain (for Zimbabwe), today, was preceded by a slanging match between the one-time openers on the senior selection committee ...  | Read.. 
Sourav with wife Dona after being restored as captain. Picture by Santosh Ghosh.
Slang, bang, Sourav
It feels good, but I'm thinking about the team and not myself

Guess where: Haryana or Heathrow
A Sikh woman who works for the catering company, Gate Gourmet, explained ...  | Read..
Colleges crack morality whip
Presidency and several other colleges are tightening the morality belt after a string of incide ...  | Read..
Nation More.. 
Laloo stands between Left and Left
The CPM and the CPI have failed to thrash out a joint electoral strate ...   | Read.. 
Bengal More.. 
Promoted, but illiterate
A Class IV student of a state-aided primary school in a Bengal village ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
‘This is the last thing Britain needs’
Disappointed faces grimly stared up at the information screens as row ...   | Read.. 
Sport More.. 
Greg briefs BCCI on players’ attitude
Team India coach Greg Chappell is understood to have formally conveyed ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Suicide debut on bridge
At 4.15 pm on Friday, Vidyasagar Setu, or the second Hooghly bridge, record ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
One nation, many origins
As her Tamil husband prepares for a second term in office, the world's only ...   | Read.. 
Business More.. 
Birla war echoes in apex court
The Birla-Lodha tussle over the ownership of the MP Birla group has reache ...   | Read.. 
At Leisure More.. 
Schoolgirls drop skirts for trousers
The school skirt could be going the way of the bustle and the farthing ...   | Read..