The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nights out of Karnataka women’s life
A law that will prevent women in Karnataka from working night shifts, except in sunrise sectors and some essential services, has raised the hackles of trade bodies and women’s groups. ...  | Read.. 
Surgery, at arm’s length
The surgeon on the screen doesn’t get within touching distance of the woman as he operates on her heart. Tomorrow, he says, he might not need to be in the same city. ...  | Read.. 
Touchy uprising for teachers
Britain’s National Army Museum, which is holding an exhibition — Changing the World: India Rising — to mark the 150th anniversary of the 1857 uprising, today said it ...  | Read.. 
CBI to probe newspaper rampage
The blood-splattered succession row in M. Karunanidhi’s family has prompted the chief minister to order a CBI probe. ...  | Read.. 
Kalam theory at Sonia meet
Sonia Gandhi today followed up the initiative taken by the Prime Minister to consult allies on the presidential election, meeting the CPI’s A.B. Bardhan, Forward Blo ...  | Read.. 
A boy quenches his thirst at Allahabad railway station. (PTI)
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‘Gift’ bomb rips assam clinic
After car, motorbike and cycle bombs, Assam today got a taste of gift-wrapped terror...  | Read.. 
Arnie eyes date with Andhra
Menu Malli Vastanu...  | Read.. 
Sheila faces migrant music
Chief minister Sheila Dikshit today apologised for her ...  | Read.. 

Chained by father over wife
A man was chained and confined to a room by his father ...  | Read.. 

Student in ‘obscene’ art net
A student of fine arts has been arrested for hurting religi ...  | Read..