The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The hooded hunters
“Peace” arrived in Nandigram today, face hooded, gun slung over the shoulder, the roar of a hundred motorcycles broadcasting a crushing CPM victory. ...  | Read.. 
Mamata reads mood, gives bandh a break
She has everything to gain from the widespread public discontent over Nandigram but a lot to lose if she is seen to be narrowing it down to her politics of bandh. ...  | Read.. 
Cell number shackles break
Mobile phone users in the four metros of Calcutta, Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai will be able to lug their numbers along when they relocate from one city to another. ...  | Read.. 
Dialogue salve on water wounds
Chief minister Naveen Patnaik today offered the olive branch to agitating farmers of western Orissa over the diversion of water from Hirakud reservoir to industries. ...  | Read.. 
Four hurt in encounter
Three soldiers and a civilian were wounded in firing by Ulfa militants at Ramdalipara village of Darrang district in the wee hours of today. ...  | Read.. 
Ulfa, NSCN in abduction row
The two most powerful militant groups of the region are on a collision course. ...  | Read.. 
Motorbike-borne CPM cadres sweep into Nandigram on Monday to celebrate the “victory”. Unable to contain his joy, CPM state secretary Biman Bose declared during the day: “There’s been a new sunrise in Nandigram”. Picture by Pradip Sanyal
The hooded hunters
We don’t want to immobilise the people
Mamata Banerjee
Call for ban on human clones
A United Nations academic think tank has asked the world to orchestrate a global ban on human c ...  | Read..
6 bear species face threat of extinction
Six of the world’s eight bear species are under threat of extinction after the addition today ...  | Read..