The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Return of loan melas
The United Progressive Alliance government today announced plans for a new wave of “loan melas” for the poor, which could see state-run banks disburse cheap loans of more than Rs 700 crore among cobblers, barbers and the like. ...  | Read.. 
Sleuths sniff for Abu’s AK-47s
The CBI is wondering how it can get Abu Salem to sing about the missing AK-47s. ...  | Read.. 
Ram Naik denies Iraq oil bribe
Former petroleum minister Ram Naik has said the Vajpayee government had declined an offer from the Saddam Hussain regime to buy oil at cheaper rates against a bribe, repo ...  | Read.. 
Kushboo gets a breather
Tamil actor Kushboo, facing a cartload of cases for her remarks on premarital sex in an interview, got a reprieve today when Madras High Court stayed proceedings against ...  | Read.. 
Joint drill with US Navy Seals
The Indian and US navies are drawing up a plan for complex joint drills that will include testing multi-mission capability and exercises among their special forces. ...  | Read.. 
Film-maker Pooja Bhatt (left) and Pakistani actor Meera in New Delhi on Friday. Picture by Ramakant Kushwaha
Sudarshan meets Advani
Riot questions irk Modi
Azad on terror
Airport explosive
Reddy’s relief is Priya’s gain
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to induct a foreign minister when he next shuffles his ca..  | Read.. 
Sania steers clear of premarital sex row
As Hindu and Muslim fundamentalists burnt her effigies across Andhra Pradesh, Sania Mirza today..  | Read.. 
’84 riot cases registered
The CBI has re-registered two cases against “unkno ...  | Read..