The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Package skirts Singur ‘blunder’
The Bengal government’s Singur package does not offer quick-fix solutions but banks on an expected ripple effect to help land-losers and avert what it has termed a “Himalayan blunder”. ...  | Read.. 
Pandits chant new mantra: English
Beads of sweat form on priest Vedantacharya’s forehead as he struggles to pronounce the words on the sheet before him. ...  | Read.. 
Marauding crocs to keep vigil on mangrove forests
They are no Steve Irwins. The next time the poachers are out to plunder the mangrove inside Bhitarkanika wildlife sanctuary, they have to be ultra careful lest they lose ...  | Read.. 
Bihar, a box-office hit
A 20-member Bhojpuri drama troupe that performed in Sydney to regale the Hindustani-speaking audience of Australia yesterday has come as music to the ears of Bihar people ...  | Read.. 
Aug. debut for Fresh
Reliance Retail plans to launch 18 Reliance Fresh outlets for fruits, vegetables and dairy products across Bhubaneswar and Cuttack over the next six months. ...  | Read.. 
A deputy for Gogoi'
Assam may not get a deputy chief minister anytime soon, but Tarun Gogoi could get a deputy to ease the pressure on him. ...  | Read.. 
Security beef-up for blockade
The Congress-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA) government has beefed up security here in view of the night road blockade called by the Khasi Students Union (KSU) fr ...  | Read.. 
Sunita Williams’s relatives in Ahmedabad pray for her safe return from space. The Indian-origin astronaut is on board the shuttle Atlantis that ...  | Read
Doing that would have been a Himalayan blunder
Nirupam Sen
on shifting the Tata project
Shah Jahan kills Mumtaz
This Mumtaz, too, has died young but she won’t be getting a memorial from husband Shah Jah ...  | Read..
Quick hint to Kalam
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called on the President today to inform him about Pratibha Patil& ...  | Read..