The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Battle for President, US-style
The race to Raisina Hill today descended into an American-style slugfest with the National Democratic Alliance parading a woman who accused Pratibha Patil of shielding an alleged murderer — the candidate’s own brother. ...  | Read.. 
Power strike to protest break-up
State government and power employees today headed for a showdown over unbundling the state electricity board while JSEB appeared to be getting ready to buy its way out of the ...  | Read.. 
Blood spills in strike, again
After a brief lull, Maoist violence again shook up the two districts of the state last night. ...  | Read.. 
Tizit caught in turf war
Pounded by rockets and mortars, one of which landed on a house and left three persons critically wounded, Tizit town of Nagaland was sleepless all of last night. ...  | Read.. 
Flashback to ‘baby-friendly’ clinic
IMA member recounts month-old camcorder show by father of ‘boy surgeon’
Dr K. Murugesan’s hospital here wears its badge proudly. At the entrance is displayed an Indian Medical Association certificate declaring the Mathi Surgical and Materni ...  | Read.. 
Syed Reza Ali Meerza, a direct descendant of Mir Jafar, in front of the Nemok Haram Deuri (Traitor’s Gate) on Friday. “There is no use denying what M ...  | Read
The President is not elected through SMS campaign
Priya Ranjan Das Munshi
Two-year jail and Rs 11,500 fine for 300 train deaths
The price of 300 lives in India has been set: Rs 230 a life and two years in prison. ...  | Read..
A Clive’s love affair
A direct descendant of Robert Clive spoke exclusively to The Telegraph today about the c ...  | Read..