The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt puts foot down on land
The state government has told Jyoti Basu that it would not be legally possible to return land acquired for Tata Motors in Singur to “unwilling farmers”. ...  | Read.. 
JMM soft on new front call
Members of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) seem to have softened their stand on the “third front” issue. ...  | Read.. 
Rebels, cops exchange fire
Two rebels are suspected to have been killed in an exchange of fire between a group of special operation police of Orissa and ultras at Kaliathala forest area in Kankadahada ...  | Read.. 
Moreh rumours feed mistrust
Curfew and shoot-at-sight orders kept Moreh on a leash a day after 11 people from two communities were killed there, but there was no respite for the Manipur government with ...  | Read.. 
Ford game for big names
‘Supreme confidence’ makes up for lack of Power Point
The mood among most Team India players is to wait and watch. However, if the seniors have even the slightest apprehension, they needn’t worry. ...  | Read.. 
Geeta Barui, a CPM supporter who returned to her house in Nandigram on Saturday, fled again after she was beaten up. Picture by Sanjay Chattopadhyaya
Govt puts foot down on land
I do wish him (Graham Ford) and the Indian team well
Greg Chappell
The best not good enough to be greatest
Rod Laver just survived a close call. Pete Sampras can breathe easy. Bjorn Borg’s hopes ca ...  | Read..
Hot noon in Delhi at dark
If you were in Delhi at 8.30 pm on Sunday, you still would have found the hottest spot in Calcu ...  | Read..