The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Quota in cooler
The Supreme Court today stayed the 27 per cent Other Backward Classes quota weeks before it was to come into effect in central institutions of higher education. ...  | Read.. 
High turnout leaves politicians sweating
Charges of electoral malpractices on Thursday evening indicated the nervousness of all major political parties over the outcome of the Palamau byelection, which will be k ...  | Read.. 
Tata SEZ stuck in govt indecision
The proposed special economic zone (SEZ) project to be set up by the Tata Group near Gopalpur port in coastal Ganjam district still hangs in limbo. ...  | Read.. 
Policy wins plaudits
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs today approved a new industrial policy for the Northeast, extending 100 per cent tax exemption and doubling the capital subsidy ...  | Read.. 
Hope floats in talks
The frustrations of recent times gave way to hope as the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) resumed its dialogue with Delhi today. ...  | Read.. 
Skittled out of telly too
Advertisers pull out commercials featuring cricketers
Out of sight for fans. Out of mind for advertisers. ...  | Read.. 
Sushmita Senís daughter Renee at the Lakme India Fashion Week in Mumbai. Picture by Pabitra Das
The Supreme Court has done the right thing
An IIM student
on the quota order
A test tougher than CAT
The Indian Institutes of Management are in a flap a fortnight before call letters were to be se ...  | Read..
Oxytown murder case flops, tutor acquitted
The Oxytown murders, which wiped out a family and sent shockwaves across the city almost eight ...  | Read..