The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
More than meets the eye in seer’s temple truce thrust
When the Sankaracharya of Kanchi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee asked political outfits to stay out of the Ayodhya dispute with a hint that talks for a negotiated settlement were under way last Sunday, they allowed only a fleeting glimpse of the cards they were holding close to their chests. ...  | Read.. 
Bandh carries MCC message
Maoist Communist Centre activists continued the assault on railway establishments, concentrating their muscle power on tracks on the second day of their 48-hour statewide ...  | Read.. 
Bush buffer against blasts
The Bush administration will ensure that there are no Pakistan-sponsored terrorist actions against India on the scale of the December 13, 2001 attack on Parliament. ...  | Read.. 
Gun blazes in road race
Pillion rider shoots at bus driver for denying right of way
Denied right of way, they not only gunned their engine but also the man who was refusing to let them pass. ...  | Read.. 
Ladan (left) and Laleh Bijani, a pair of conjoined twins from Iran, at a news conference in Singapore. Doctors will try to make history next month by ...  | Read
The temple will be built at Ram’s birthplace and nowhere else

Ulfa documents put NGOs in trouble
Several NGOs based in Assam have come under the scanner with police recovering sheaves of Ulfa docu ...  | Read..
List of guilty in boy death swells
After 10 days of investigation into the death of young cricketer Rajnis Patel, the internal com ...  | Read..
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Pillar reference muddles Ayodhya report
The latest report of the Archaeological Survey of India that found lit ...   | Read.. 
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CPM steamrolls divided Opposition
Riding a combination of overwhelming Muslim support, eroded Opposition ...   | Read.. 
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Strike and strikeback stain peace plan
A Palestinian suicide bomber killed at least 16 people and injured nearly ...   | Read.. 
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Now, 2-yr contract for Leipus
Team India physio Andrew Leipus, on annual contracts ever since he joined ...   | Read.. 
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Swear salve on civic squabble
Going by appearances, it was reunion time for the Class of 2000. But the ap ...   | Read.. 
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Different beds, same dreams
In Beijing in December 1988, the octogenarian Deng Xiaoping told the 44-yea ...   | Read.. 
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Hint of Wadia-Alagh settlement
L'affaire Britannia took a strange twist today when the biscuit m ...   | Read.. 
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‘Cut-throat developer’ tag on Oxford’s super-rich college
It was once the haunt of the likes of John Betjeman, T.E. Lawrence and Iris ...   | Read..