The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bill stuck over assured pension
The Congress and its ally, the Left, failed to resolve their differences over changes proposed by the government to pension regulations, putting at risk the chances of the legislation being passed in the winter session. ...  | Read.. 
Land plan raises stink
The UPA government’s ambitious scheme to distribute land to the landless has run into an unexpected opposition. ...  | Read.. 
Traces of Ulfa on Bhutan soil
Police teams from Assam and Bhutan jointly searched for a suspected Ulfa training camp in the Himalayan kingdom a couple of weeks ago and found evidence contradicting the Bhu ...  | Read.. 
Secret of civil exams busted
Students appearing in civil service examinations next year will for the first time know the “secret” process that decides success or failure. ...  | Read.. 
Loan hope for first home
Banks may offer lower rate to people not owning a house
If you are a first-time home loan seeker spooked by the thought of spiralling interest rates, take heart. Banks could soon be wooing you with the cheapest home loan in their ...  | Read.. 
There was the news about the inevitable deaths — four on Monday, including two jawans — in Kashmir. And there was this picture, of falling leaves from ...  | Read
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Tongue Twister:
Rewinding with age-old recipes

A few days ago our band, Hip Pocket, performed at Presidency College, followed by the Bangla rock ba ...  | Read..
IT chief son abducted
Three-year-old Anant, son of a top official of a software company, was waiting with the maid fo ...  | Read..