The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Lunch warm, hot plate ahead
The “warm and productive” meeting between foreign minister Natwar Singh and his Pakistani counterpart Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri in China today may have raised hopes of an early end to India-Pakistan hostilities, but diplomats said the real test will come up this weekend. ...  | Read.. 
Rags to riches, for Indian and Dubai
When Ram Buxani came to Dubai 45 years ago, it was an obscure trading outpost under the thumb of imperial Britain that he couldn’t even find on the map. ...  | Read.. 
Congress rebels leave Naidu in a spot
The cracks in the Telugu Desam Party deepened today when its sole city MLA quit the party and his post. ...  | Read.. 
Politics too small for two sanyasins in MP
Six months after being voted out of office and “renouncing” power, Digvijay Singh is itching to play a more important political role. ...  | Read.. 
Congress rebels put Naidu in a spot
The cracks in the Telugu Desam Party deepened today when its sole city MLA quit the party and his post. ...  | Read.. 
Actor and social activist Nandita Das participates in a demonstration against child labour organised at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Monday, demandi ...  | Read
Monsoon fails early onset date in Delhi
Pilgrimage organisers defy govt
Narasimha Rao stable
Cops suspended
EC brake on VIP victory parade, Congress claps
The Election Commission today stayed the declaration of Rajya Sabha election results in Uttar Pra..  | Read.. 
Midnight train mows down elephants
A speeding train knocked down three elephants on the outskirts of the Assam capital early today..  | Read.. 
Sibal for masses, not nukes
Union minister Kapil Sibal today said scientific resear ...  | Read.. 

Call centre goes blue collar
The country’s IT capital will soon have a call centre w ...  | Read.. 

Sky no limit for Singh & Bush
US President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan ...  | Read.. 

Hunt on for Tata murder evidence
Police today promised to reveal by tomorrow the full co ...  | Read.. 

Rejected NRI girl lays bare Bollywood’s ‘dark’ side
A South African-born woman of Indian origin has claimed ...  | Read.. 

Bangalore joins IIM fee-&-aid caravan
The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore today ret ...  | Read.. 

Modi' Maybe; Masala' No-no
On the BJP’s debating table tomorrow, there will certainly ...  | Read.. 

PWG nod
Prospects of peace talks with the Andhra Pradesh govern ...  | Read.. 

Bakery retrial hits prosecutor wall
Maharashtra and Gujarat have failed to arrive at a cons ...  | Read.. 

Bonding upheaval in the making
Tiger Thackeray and his Shiv Sainiks would certainly no ...  | Read.. 

General’s killing
Police arrested a man from Maharajganj in Uttar Pradesh ...  | Read.. 

UK expert boost to Tehelka
The Tehelka tapes on corruption in defence deals, which led ...  | Read..