The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt bows before god
The government will rewrite its affidavit on Ram in a bid to avert a political Delhidahan, the fate that befell Lanka for crossing his path. ...  | Read.. 
After death, a body blow
Calcutta would not touch Bejoy Dey when he lay bleeding on a road; its doms would not touch him when he lay dead in a morgue. ...  | Read.. 
Boycott plan after CJ deed
High court lawyers today resolved to boycott the court of the chief justice (CJ) tomorrow to protest “misbehaviour with a senior lawyer” in the courtroom. ...  | Read.. 
Mines choke Sukinda
Sukinda valley in Jajpur district is one of the most polluted places in the world, according to a report by US-based Blacksmith Institute, an organisation supporting pollutio ...  | Read.. 
Instant justice wave singes 10
The sting of instant justice singed ten persons early this morning at Dhelphodwa Chowk under Rajapakar police station of Vaishali, about 40 km from Patna. ...  | Read.. 
Floods shut down gardens
Stranded without supplies for a fortnight, as many as eight tea estates in Assam’s flood-ravaged Barak Valley have shut down and many more could cease production over th ...  | Read.. 
League of big bucks
Money and masters in BCCI reply to ICL
Like football, cricket will have its Premier League and Champions’ League from next year when you might watch Shane Warne and Ranadeb Bose bowl Calcutta Tigers to victor ...  | Read.. 
A VHP supporter posing as Hanuman protests against the affidavit in Chandigarh. (Reuters)
Govt bows before god
I would like the Prime Minister to be very careful
Prakash Karat
cautioning Manmohan Singh on choosing friends
Public works on display
In his critique of colonial rule in India, Karl Marx had written that the British were interested in ...  | Read..
Been there, done that
If Manmohan Singh had consulted his friend George W. Bush before the affidavit was filed in the ...  | Read..