The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Quota lost, govt kills time
The Supreme Court today refused to lift the stay on the Other Backward Classes quota in central educational institutions, robbing the government of any excuse to keep IIM admissions on hold. ...  | Read.. 
Yeltsin, the fallen hero, is dead
Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin, who buried the Soviet Union and led Russia through its chaotic first years of independence, died on Monday. He was 76. ...  | Read.. 
Mittal still on steel course
Chief minister Madhu Koda today denied here that Mittal Steel has withdrawn its proposed steel plant project from Jharkhand. ...  | Read.. 
Posco eager to break ground
Posco authorities today agreed to directly negotiate with the people likely to be affected by its proposed 12-million tonne steel plant to be set up in Jagatsinghpur dist ...  | Read.. 
Inside job whiff in abduction
The conspiracy behind the abduction of the executive director of Food Corporation of India’s Northeast operations, P.C. Ram, may have been hatched by the banned Ulfa ...  | Read.. 
Greg-era selectors in hot seat, coach hunt begins
Seven-man committee to settle ‘foreigner-or-Indian’ question, three names in the reckoning
Interim cricket manager (or coach) Ravi Shastri won’t continue beyond next month’s tour of Bangladesh. It got confirmed with his being named on the seven-member pan ...  | Read.. 
Jaya Bachchan (left), who was busy with son Abhishek’s wedding last week, returned to the campaign trail with Jaya Prada in Allahabad on Monday. Alla ...  | Read
A tragic fate
Mikhail Gorbachev
on Boris Yeltsin
Immunity from pesky calls
Next time a pesky telemarketing executive jolts you out of your siesta to sell an unwanted cred ...  | Read..
Banks unlock India job vault
India is likely to be the biggest beneficiary of the world’s largest banking merger. ...  | Read..