The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Train driver changes track…
A train driver today confirmed to The Telegraph that he had seen a person standing beside the tracks and jump in front of the engine on the morning of September 21 — the day Rizwanur Rahman died. ...  | Read.. 
Meeting that never was
Rights activist Sujato Bhadra was not the only person Rizwanur Rahman had called on the morning of his death promising to meet later in the day. ...  | Read.. 
Maoists meet their match in cops
In a way, Maoists have succeeded in their design: the “enemy” is drawing into Naxalite territory. ...  | Read.. 
SC conditions for Vedanta
The Supreme Court has set new conditions on Britain’s Vedanta Resources and its Indian unit on Friday before allowing it to mine bauxite in the sacred, forested hill ...  | Read.. 
Power boost to surplus state
Orissa, already a power surplus state, would generate an additional 1,000MW hydro-electricity in near future if the proposals submitted by various private companies to set up ...  | Read.. 
Mystery over student death
Asish Anand (18), a Plus Two student of a convent school at Bhagalpur in north Bihar, died in his classroom soon after he learnt of his school terminal examination marks ...  | Read.. 
Ajmer blast links keep cops busy
Investigations into the Ajmer shrine blast seem to have hit a roadblock, but the investigating agencies seem determined to overcome all hurdles. ...  | Read.. 
Army gets a rebel googly
A tinge of embarrassment today coarsed through the ranks of the lately upbeat army after it was forced to postpone another organised surrender of militants because some of th ...  | Read.. 
Smoke, and spark legal fire
Shah Rukh served notice for lighting up in ‘public’
When Konkona Sen Sharma walked in at the recent Lakme Fashion Week with a cigarette in hand, she had seemed oblivious of the camera crew around her. ...  | Read.. 
Train driver changes track…
I am amazed and astounded by the progress made by the people of China
Sonia Gandhi
On Modi turf, see no evil
Narendra Modi is apparently confident of reaping political gains from the Tehelka expose but hi ...  | Read..