The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sab theek hain, only king is not
By late evening, Channel Nepal-1 started beaming its news, but most of it was pro-king. There was not one word on the 'arrest' of leaders of the political parties, especially those from the Nepali Congress Democratic Party. ...  | Read.. 
Stinker for Nepal but door still ajar
India today described King Gyanendra's coup in Nepal as a 'violation of the constitution' but refused to make restoration of democracy a precondition for resuming engagement ...  | Read.. 
PM and rival one in pullout
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had taken the main Opposition party, the BJP, into confidence before announcing his decision not to attend the Saarc summit. ...  | Read.. 
Poll fissures cast shadow on big picture
The budget session may be three weeks away but the Assembly polls in the states of Haryana, Bihar and Jharkhand ' which begin tomorrow ' have cast their shadow over Parli ...  | Read.. 
Netas give way to dons
With campaigning for the first phase of the polls coming to an end yesterday, netas in Gaya have made way for history-sheeters to take up their electoral 'cause'. ...  | Read.. 
Film director Mrinal Sen, who won the Dadasaheb Phalke award, greets Meera Jasmin, winner of the best actress award at the National Film Awards, in Ne ...  | Read
Employee killed in airport blaze
Hidden shield for animals
Cop shoots constable
Blackbucks die
Guns boom as mahant fights mahant
The ring of bells in the temple town of Ayodhya merged with the sound of booming guns as rival ..  | Read.. 
Telecom-stung Left handed PF payout balm
The Centre today restored the interest rate on Employees Provident Fund (EPF) to 9.5 per cent w..  | Read.. 
BJD-BJP gift for rebel leaders
The ruling Biju Janata Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party coalition ...  | Read.. 

Medical student from Bihar kills self
A 24-year-old final-year student of MBBS at Calcutta Me ...  | Read.. 

All set for Round 1
This is one election nobody wants to bet on. ...  | Read.. 

Teacher test for school meals
Concerned over repeated instances of schoolchildren fal ...  | Read.. 

Chief secretary cracks fund whip
Expressing concern over unsatisfactory plan spending in ...  | Read.. 

Closure axe on plant
The Orissa State Pollution Control Board (OPCB) has ord ...  | Read.. 

Jaya flaunts package reversal
The Prime Minister has 'reversed' P. Chidambaram's 'uni ...  | Read.. 

Goa 'loser' has last laugh
A Congress-led government was sworn in tonight in Goa, capp ...  | Read.. 

Alarm on TB comeback
Tuberculosis in India has made a dramatic comeback in t ...  | Read.. 

Nicobar tribals on home hunt
Around 120 Nicobarese tribals have left a relief camp i ...  | Read.. 

Schoolboys' return raises eyebrows
Kislay Kaushal, the schoolboy who was kidnapped a fortn ...  | Read.. 

In Haryana, voting comes with husband
Turning 18 is not the passport to the polling booth for ...  | Read.. 

FDI protest meet
The Left was today left with few options other than to ...  | Read.. 

Women's turn to float board
Muslim law boards continued to mushroom with the format ...  | Read..