The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Peace versus push for force
Pressure mounted on the Bengal government to use force in Nandigram to restore the rule of law, putting a question mark on the fate of the sputtering peace drive. ...  | Read.. 
Centre vows air vigil to tame rebels
The Centre today assured the state government of starting air surveillance to tackle the extremism problem. ...  | Read.. 
Pledge to correct a ‘folly’
The 220-year-old structure known as Gol Ghar is to Patna what Qutub Minar is to Delhi and Charminar to Hyderabad. ...  | Read.. 
Rioters many, guilty few
Too little, too late and too pat would sum up the conviction of 14 people by a Bhagalpur court today for the massacre of 116 men, women and children at Logain, a villa ...  | Read.. 
Manipur weeps again on June 18
A part of Manipur went to work on the sixth anniversary of the June uprising, after the Okram Ibobi Singh government decided not to declare the day a holiday. ...  | Read.. 
Dispur grabs Mamoni offer
Mamoni Raisom Goswami can meet the top Ulfa leadership in Guwahati, Dhaka, Bangkok or wherever she sets up a date with them, the Assam government said today. ...  | Read.. 
Model molested, crowd watches
An A-list model was molested, punched in the nose and dragged towards a car at an upscale city area, but she said the 9.30 pm crowd ignored her cries for help. ...  | Read.. 
Tiger dead near tracks
Train collision suspected
A manmade machine — or humans themselves — has killed a magnificent beast that the country has pledged to protect at any cost. ...  | Read.. 
Glasses concealing swollen eyes, Tina on the ramp on Saturday before she was hospitalised. Picture by Biswarup Dutta
Model molested, crowd watches
Many consider Mrs Pratibha Patil a joke played on the nation by Sonia Gandhi
Eats shoots & leaves

On one of the numerous visits to Bangalore to holiday with my fat...  | Read..
Mr President, don’t pack yet
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, poised to leave Rashtrapati Bhavan with his books and rudra veena, found hi ...  | Read..