The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cell slaves get bill of rights
Slaves of cellphones, modern-day Swiss knives without which life will come to a standstill, are about to get their bill of rights and a triumvirate of agony aunts. ...  | Read.. 
Govt unveils rehab policy
The much-awaited rehabilitation and resettlement policy of the Jharkhand government has been finalised and approved by senior UPA leaders. ...  | Read.. 
Pupils pen peace plea over Posco
In a fervent plea to prime minister and Orissa chief minister, thousands of school children in Orissa’s Jagatsinghpur district today said they wanted peaceful atmosphere ...  | Read.. 
Breaking ground with port blueprint
Korean steelmaker Posco might finally see light at the end of the tunnel. ...  | Read.. 
Car bomb rocks Tinsukia town
A day after triggering a bomb strapped to a bicycle on the premises of a Food Corporation of India depot in Guwahati, suspected Ulfa militants used a time device to detonate ...  | Read.. 
Watch that stretch, Sachin
Yoga experts raise doubts about Eden regimen
Sachin Tendulkar may not be getting his yoga postures exactly right and could be risking his back that has caused him problems earlier in his career, experts said today. ...  | Read.. 
Five elephants were found dead on the dry Raidak riverbed near Alipurduar on Friday morning. ...  | Read
Who has the time for all this'
Dharmendra Pradhan
a BJP MP unimpressed by the films being screened in Parliament
A tale of two scarlet women
The author recalls the time when she first saw a prostitute, during her stay in Jammu & Kashm ...  | Read..
Insider in Khadim’s replay
The London-educated son of a leather merchant was kidnapped at gunpoint and whisked away in his ...  | Read..