The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fatigue and cracks keep disaster on track
Cracked tracks, old bridges, faulty signal systems — those in the know about the world’s second-largest rail network are hardly surprised at Monday’s crash of the Rajdhani Express, the country’s No. 1 train. ...  | Read.. 
Son of soil to the rescue with hut bamboo
It was due to the selfless efforts of a poor farmer, Pawan Prasad, and his fellow villagers of Maripur and Dersha that the lives of about 50 to 60 passengers of the AS-4 coac ...  | Read.. 
Train schedule
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Fernandes held the stick BJP wielded on Modi
BJP president M. Venkaiah Naidu was forced to tick off Narendra Modi more because of pressure from the Samata Party and less to “save” Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee ...  | Read.. 
Jinx lurks on the path of Rajdhani
The Sealdah-bound Rajdhani Express today smashed into an inspection trolley near Nabagram about 40 kilometres from here and was delayed for three hours before resuming its ru ...  | Read.. 
Cranes being used to lift wreckage at the mishap site. Picture by Amit Datta
Numbed survivors fear life after rebirth
They defeated death, but are afraid of facing life again. ..  | Read.. 
Men & machines slow
The rescue drive was still to pick up speed at the Rajdhani accident site on Wednesday afternoon – ..  | Read.. 
Christian plea
The All India Christian Council today sought global action ...  | Read.. 

Murder puts army back on high alert
The Indian Army has been again put on high alert — said ...  | Read.. 

Apex court relief for disabled students
The Supreme Court today directed that all government-ai ...  | Read.. 

Tansi case back to haunt Jaya
The Tansi land scam came back to haunt Jayalalithaa, ev ...  | Read..