The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak passes Delhi sneak-in test
Getting into the spirit of the season of good cheer for India and Pakistan, a high-level military assessment here has for the first time acknowledged that General Pervez Musharraf’s initiative for a ceasefire on the Line of Control has resulted in a decline in infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir. ...  | Read.. 
Bhutan flushout causes ripples in Bangladesh
The tremors of the Bhutan flushout have reached Bangladesh, triggering a bloody rebellion in the ranks of Tripura militants hiding there and apparently prom ...  | Read.. 
Interaction for host, bilateral for rest
Hours before leaving for Islamabad, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee maintained his ambiguity on resuming talks with Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
Officer does star turn in Jammu attack
Lieutenant Triveni Singh is being hailed as a real-life hero after he died battling militants who fired on passengers at Jammu railway station last evening. The army offi ...  | Read.. 
Ranbir Sena
After lying low since its head Brahmeshwar Singh was arrested about a year ago, the Ranbir Sena reared its head, gunning down five persons and injuring three in Arwal di ...  | Read.. 
A Pakistan army helicopter hovers above as Vajpayee’s plane lands at Islamabad airport. (AFP)
Heartland focus in BJP poll strategy
The BJP has given top priority to the Hindi heartland in its electoral scheme and plans to fine..  | Read.. 
DMK, Left deal on secular front
Marxist veteran Harkishen Singh Surjeet and DMK chief M. Karunanidhi today joined hands for a w..  | Read.. 
Kalyan return buzz
Four years after he was driven out of the BJP, the distance ...  | Read.. 

Kalam seal on defection law
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has given his assent to th ...  | Read.. 

Telgi’s ‘brain’ arrested
The special investigation team probing the fake stamp p ...  | Read..