The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Scramble to plug SEZ loopholes
Developers of special economic zones (SEZ) will have to rehabilitate displaced farmers and landless farm workers, according to new rules announced by the Centre a week after the police firing in Nandigram. ...  | Read.. 
House on boil as Speaker holds fort
Speaker Maheswar Mohanty today put up a brave face refuting allegations of flouting norms against him, even as the combined Opposition boycotted the customary address of the ...  | Read.. 
Speaker pads up for bouncers
A beleaguered Speaker, at the receiving end of criticism for permitting the government to pass the annual budget in just two hours tomorrow, today declared that he would ...  | Read.. 
Private entry into Assam power sector
Assam is set to sign a memorandum of understanding with Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd (ILFS) for a joint venture company that could put the crisis-hit pow ...  | Read.. 
Fired: 37 bullets, hit: 51
Police count adds fuel to ‘outsider’ fire in Nandigram
First information reports filed by police claim they fired only 37 rounds during the Nandigram bloodbath, but doctors say at least 51 villagers were hit by bullets. ...  | Read.. 
If Indians hoped Sanath Jayasuriya would be out of action after he limped off the field on 83 against Bangladesh, the relief was short-lived. He retu ...  | Read
Never... Never... There was no threat and he didn’t have any fears
Gillian Woolmer
Bob Woolmer’s wife
Woolmer murder shadow lurks
Jamaican police today said Bob Woolmer’s death was “suspicious” and required  ...  | Read..
Don’t smile yet, devil lies in Sanath statistic
How many times has Sanath Jayasuriya hit centuries in back-to-back one-dayers' ...  | Read..