The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Ransom paid, child strangled
The deal had been settled, the ransom paid and police kept informed at every step. It was only a matter of time, thought four-year-old Ganesh's father Siddhartha Palodhi, before his son was returned home. He was even hoping that the police, aware of each move made by the abductors, would arrest the ...  | Read.. 
Dole onus on slack
Governments which fail to provide a minimum 100 days of employment to at least one adult member of a rural household in designated areas in their respective state will have to provide an unemployment allowance. ...  | Read.. 
More the merrier for MP toilers
They are hard at work running the country: often shouting down speakers, stampeding out in protest and sometimes legislating. ...  | Read.. 
Tiniest tot in Indian lap
Weighing less than a soft drink can, Rumaisa sets record
When 32-year-old Mohammed Abdul Rahman married Mahajabeen Shaik, 23, in Hyderabad in January, the Indian-origin couple had no idea they would create any world record. ...  | Read.. 
Faced with an FIR and a derecognition threat, Laloo Prasad Yadav on Tuesday turned himself into a model citizen. ...  | Read
I did not want to embarrass the Election Commission

after postponing the rally
Lapang in limbo after House crisis
Meghalaya chief minister D.D. Lapang faced the prospect of a premature ouster from office a day aft ...  | Read..
Plug pulled on smut phone
The minor boy behind the sex video scandal destroyed the mobile phone he had allegedly used to ...  | Read..
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Vajpayee back with old vigour
Is it the winter air or is it the camera' ...   | Read.. 
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Salt Lake heat on govt
The Opposition today demanded a white paper on the alleged Salt Lake l ...   | Read.. 
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US base bleeds in Mosul suicide bombing
An explosion caused many casualties at a US military base in the northern ...   | Read.. 
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'My action is clean'
Whatever the anxiety within, Harbhajan Singh was calm when The Tele ...   | Read.. 
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Winter's a sweater
With the mercury in rise rather than slide mode this winter, Tuesday turned ...   | Read.. 
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None does offend
The author is former secretary, ministry of information and broadcasting ...   | Read.. 
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Anil opens power line to Mukesh
Anil Ambani-run Reliance Energy Ltd today sprang a surprise by asking its ...   | Read.. 
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Potter & prince ready for print
Christmas came early for fans of the fictional boy wizard Harry Potter tod ...   | Read..