The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Atal job not in sight for armsdrop spotter
Peter Bleach has been pardoned, freed and returned home. So have the four Latvians involved in the Purulia arms drop case. But eight years on, the youth who first informed police about “strange boxes” falling from the sky remains unemployed, des...  | Read.. 
Sen’s harmony sermon to employers
Industrial harmony can be achieved only if employers stick to the rules on paying basic minimum wages and benefits, indu ...  | Read.. 
Wife-seller’s bail rejected
The high court today rejected the anticipatory bail plea of a man who is said to have sold his estranged wife to avoid p ...  | Read.. 
Airstrip custodian roughed up
An official of the Airports Authority of India was badgered by residents when he tried to oppose the construction of a road ...  | Read.. 
High court raps police for shielding guilty
The high court had to remind policemen today that they were public servants and had to serve the interest of people. ...  | Read.. 
Citu power threat off
The Citu today called off its work-to-rule agitation at the State Electricity Board from tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
Aishwarya Rai during a shoot of Rituparno Ghosh’s film Raincoat in Calcutta on Tuesday. Rai, who had starred in Ghosh’s Chokher Bali, is paired opposite Ajay Devgan. Picture by Aranya Sen