The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nuke talks amid negotiator drama
At the end of two days of negotiations with the Americans in New Delhi on the nuclear deal, the Indian delegation was bogged down in “housekeeping” issues, making it unlikely that the so-called 123 agreement to take the deal forward would be finalised by the end of the talks tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
‘Powerless’ to stop Pak
The detective in charge of investigating Bob Woolmer’s murder has said he was “powerless” to stop the Pakistan cricket squad from leaving the island but wa ...  | Read.. 
Steps to correct BPL list
As the Opposition returned to the Assembly today after nearly a fortnight of boycott, chief minister Nitish Kumar admitted that there had been serious lapses in the prepa ...  | Read.. 
Koda spikes call monitor blueprint
Chief minister Madhu Koda is learnt to have spiked a move by the police headquarters to install a “lawful interception and monitoring system” for GSM, CDMA and ...  | Read.. 
Media jitters for Deccan first flight
State industries minister Biswabhushan Harichandan today flagged off three Air Deccan flights from Bhubaneswar amid rumbling protests and boycotts from newspersons over t ...  | Read.. 
Pay more for fat pay tomorrow
IIM Bangalore raises fee to fund seats to accommodate quota
Students of IIM Bangalore’s postgraduate programme will have to pay Rs 2.5 lakh from the coming academic session after the B-school’s governing body today cleared ...  | Read.. 
Sachin Tendulkar walks along the hotel grounds in Port of Spain on Monday. (AP)
The judiciary is the voice of God to us
M. Shanmugam
Manjunath’s father
Magic pill for tea belt woes
Propounding a “social chaos theory” that identifies unemployment as the reason for freque ...  | Read..
No fun being a sports fan
Samba flopped, Sania gave no joy and now Team India has tumbled out — it’s been a bad year ...  | Read..