The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Weary Gujarat votes for relief
Morning wakes in Gandhi’s silent Satyagraha Ashram on the banks of the Sabarmati here to children playing cricket with roughly-hewn wooden bats and rubber balls, ashramites washing frugal belongings in the river, singing hymns, and going about daily chores. Eight months ago, the ashram had shut ...  | Read.. 
Jaya axe on ministers
Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa tonight sacked two more of her Cabinet ministers. ...  | Read.. 
Malaysia vetoes bid for Ottavio
The Bofors case bled from another hit in quick succession with a Malaysian high court rejecting India’s request to extradite Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi. ...  | Read.. 
HC stamp on life term for godman
Madras High Court has confirmed the “double life imprisonment” awarded in 1997 to self-styled godman Premananda and his secretary, Kamalananda. ...  | Read.. 
Nagappa colleague acquits Veerappan
A party colleague of slain Janata Dal (U) leader Nagappa has virtually absolved Veerappan of having killed his hostage. ...  | Read.. 
Finalists of Femina Miss India 2003 attend a cooking class in Mumbai. (AFP)
HC steps in to stop minor marriages
SC notice in Tehelka case
Farmer suicide over debts
Extortionists held
Train mice menace under minister feet
Rats in Indian trains do not discriminate between foreigners, commoners and VIPs and have menac..  | Read.. 
Stung BJP cries foul
The BJP took a grim view of the reported en bloc voting for the Congress by the minority commun..  | Read.. 
Troop pullback
The last of the Pakistani and Indian troops who were sent a ...  | Read.. 

Wakf tribunal notice to states
The Supreme Court today issued notices to all states an ...  | Read.. 

December 13 beamed after court nod
Zee News has telecast its film on the Parliament attack las ...  | Read..