The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
King gives, but not enough
A hesitant, nervous but unapologetic King Gyanendra today made an overture to restore democracy in Nepal by inviting the seven-party alliance for democracy to select a Prime Minister. ...  | Read.. 
Ire at India
India quickly put its stamp of approval on the offer by King Gyanendra (picture above), inviting censure from political parties who are unhappy with the monarch’s proposa ...  | Read.. 
Oops! Ash falls again
Aishwarya Rai fell off a bicycle this morning but was quickly up on her feet, helped by Abhishek Bachchan. ...  | Read.. 
Quota-wary business taps PM
CII team speaks of empowerment, not reservation
In the backdrop of the debate over how industry should help the disadvantaged sections of society, a business delegation today met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who recently ...  | Read.. 
A pro-democracy protester shouts slogans in Kathmandu on Friday. Thousands of protesters burned tyres and threw logs and barbed wire in the streets as a curfew came into force. (AFP)
King gives, but not enough
Executive power of the kingdom of Nepal, which was in our safekeeping, shall from this day be returned to the people

Fresh life in Khaplang truce
The ceasefire between the Union government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khap ...  | Read..
EC beefs up observer army
For the second phase of polls tomorrow, the Election Commission is despatching an unspecified n ...  | Read..