The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Rebels burn Bengal station
Maoists stormed a railway station, set fire to the stationmaster’s office and rigged the tracks with explosives early today in a fiery warning to Bengal over the Nandigram “genocide” and its special economic zones. ...  | Read.. 
English medium mandatory
Secondary and higher secondary students in over 1,500 institutions across the state would now have the option of lectures in English. ...  | Read.. 
Railways bear rebel brunt
Movement of train has been stopped following a blast, triggered by the Maoists, on the most commercially viable railways section. ...  | Read.. 
Police policy opens red success door
A faulty policy on police transfer has come as a boon for the Maoists to reap mileage from the two-day economic blockade, which ends midnight today. ...  | Read.. 
Twin blasts rock Dhubri market
Two blasts rocked Gouripur town this afternoon at around 1.20pm and 1.40pm. However, there were no reports of any casualty. ...  | Read.. 
All’s well in Ibobi ‘family’
The Congress was back to being a “happy family” in Manipur today with PCC chief Gaikhangam going quiet after weeks of acrimony and Okram Ibobi Singh sticking ...  | Read.. 
Spot a ghost on Raisina Hill
Old hands can’t recall sightings but Pratibha can try her luck
If Pratibha Patil is looking forward to visitations from the dead in the corridors of the cavernous Rashtrapati Bhavan, she should take a left turn from her future suite. ...  | Read.. 
The explosive device planted by the Maoists below the tracks. It was later defused. Picture by Rahul Mahato
Rebels burn Bengal station
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on Tony Blair
iPhone puts India on hold
Gadget geeks in the US will be able to grab the iPhone — Apple’s self-styled “magical ...  | Read..
Army parade but in shame
Two soldiers have been paraded semi-naked through the streets and tonsured in Kashmir for an al ...  | Read..