The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Manmohan carries quota agony to bed
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh went to bed tonight leaving hundreds of IIM aspirants sleepless and nursing the wounds of a frustrating day in office. ...  | Read.. 
State to talk straight with Mittal Steel
With Mittal Steel renewing its interest in Jharkhand, state government sources today claimed to be ready to do some plain-speaking when Sanak Mishra, CEO of Mittal Steel& ...  | Read.. 
Tribals up-in-arms against Vedanta
At least 30,000 people, many of them tribals, led by Green Kalahandi, an outfit founded by former Union minister Bhakta Charan Das, today gheraoed the office of Kalahandi ...  | Read.. 
Assam cures MBBS eligibility glitches
Getting an MBBS seat in any of the three medical colleges of Assam just became harder. ...  | Read.. 
Rediscovery of Nehru land
History has played a cruel joke on Jawaharlal Nehru — a bandana-wearing mafia don who is accused of murder has taken his place. ...  | Read.. 
Australia will meet Sri Lanka in the World Cup final on Saturday. Powered by devastating spells by Glenn McGrath (in picture) and Shaun Tait, Australi ...  | Read
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Earth’s cousin, wet and warm
Astronomers have discovered the first planet outside the solar system that could have liquid wa ...  | Read..
Probe sheds light on credit card capers
A government probe has come across what many credit card holders have suspected — and suffered ...  | Read..