The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cross-border quake
India and Pakistan were tied together in tragedy today by a natural phenomenon far more unfathomable than the manmade factors that led to Partition over half-a-century ago. ...  | Read.. 
Bound together by pain and prayers
I will never forget how the earth growled. Thinking that something had gone wrong with the steering or the wheels of the car, I pulled over to run a check. ...  | Read.. 
Flight for life, from classrooms and bunkers
People jumped off buildings, troops climbed out of bunkers and ran, and schoolchildren dashed out of examination halls. ...  | Read.. 
Singh shoulders Bihar onus
PM defends dissolution, Buta fate still hangs in balance
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said he would not back away from owning responsibility for clamping Presidentís rule in Bihar. ...  | Read.. 
Cross-border quake
The disaster is like a mountain tsunami

Shivers go down Delhi spine
Residents of highrises mushrooming in the capitalís sprawling suburbs woke up to a collaps ...  | Read..
The highrise hammer
The earthquake of magnitude 7.6 that struck the western Himalayas today was the strongest in th ...  | Read..