The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sweeteners on eve of summit
India today announced a fresh set of measures, including technical-level talks for the proposed bus service between the two Kashmirs, to keep up the momentum of the peace process with Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
‘Pained’ Prasad dumps set-tops
Union minister for information and broadcasting Ravi Shankar Prasad today brought an end to “kissa CAS ka” in a dramatic soap opera fashion, ejecting cable operato ...  | Read.. 
Nepal leader held in Delhi
A senior Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist-Leninist) member was detained and questioned at Indira Gandhi International Airport here on Monday before he could catch ...  | Read.. 
Train tormentors turn off art
The country’s most lawless state has claimed its newest ‘victim’ — art. ...  | Read.. 
Sonia warms up to Paswan
Even as Sonia Gandhi approached fence-sitter Ram Vilas Paswan in an attempt to build a coalition that can take on the National Democratic Alliance, the Congress to ...  | Read.. 
Children enjoy new year in Delhi on Wednesday night. (PTI)
Mumbai probe into milk powder ‘bug’
Missile test-fire in pipeline
Mob fury over idol removal
Lashkar death
Malik missive to Atal & Pervez
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yasin Malik has appealed to Atal Bihari Vajpayee and P..  | Read.. 
Empire dead, honours on casualty list
The author V.S. Naipaul rejected an honour from the Queen in 1977 but his objection, unlike tha..  | Read.. 
BJP rings alliance bell for Jaya
A day after the Congress began courting the DMK, the BJ ...  | Read.. 

Conversion row rerun
The spectre of anti-Christian violence has raised its h ...  | Read.. 

Oil hike replay
For the second time this month, government-owned oil compa ...  | Read.. 

Flights bring smile back to PIA office
The dusters are out and creaking chairs, unused for two ...  | Read..