The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
BPO murder rings Calcutta alarm
The rape and murder of a BPO employee in Bangalore by the driver of her office pick-up car has jolted Calcutta’s IT and ITES industry into taking a fresh look at its own safety practices. ...  | Read.. 
House culprit in police ‘sight’
Police today claimed to have “almost fixed” the author of the email that threatened to blow up Parliament yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Health cess
A committee has proposed a 2 per cent health cess to fund an insurance scheme for the poor but the Centre has not yet taken a decision on implementing the levy. ...  | Read.. 
Harmony chorus at Naga parleys
The Nagas and the Government of India may be at odds with each other, but the Yuletide spirit has won them over and together the negotiators from the two sides sang the C ...  | Read.. 
Tango with Pak, but take care
A parliamentary standing committee has cautioned that the government should not get carried away with the India-Pakistan peace process and advised utmost care in handling ...  | Read.. 
Policemen stand guard as a house is demolished in New Delhi’s Chittaranjan Park...  | Read
Schoolteacher shot by student
US plastic waste to go back
Housing scam
Geelani on Haj
Rahul shadow on Cong shuffle
Sonia Gandhi is likely to reconstitute the 24-member Congress Working Committee before the Hyde..  | Read.. 
Bound for home, at ‘holy’ hour
Amitabh Bachchan, who underwent an operation for jejunal diverticulitis, was discharged from Li..  | Read.. 
Loot & surrender vow
Waylaying night buses is a way of life for Kokkala Raju ...  | Read.. 

Scramble for encephalitis vaccine, 5 years late
The health ministry, now scrambling to find vaccines to ...  | Read..