The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nepal rival camps fortify ranks
King Gyanendra named two former royalist Prime Ministers as deputies in a move to further strengthen his position even as six leading political parties joined hands for a campaign to restore multiparty democracy in Nepal. ...  | Read.. 
Army training to continue
India will continue to train officers and personnel of the Royal Nepal Army despite calls for a suspension of military aid to Kathmandu after King Gyanendra's coup, a top ...  | Read.. 
Delhi walks tightrope
India did a balancing act on Nepal today, reaffirming its commitment to democracy but also making it clear that it has no choice but to work with 'whichever government ...  | Read.. 
Poll time in flood zone
Bihar's flood zone, where people seem to have forgotten the tribulations they faced a few months ago, goes to polls tomorrow in the second and crucial phase of the Assemb ...  | Read.. 
Dalit dreams in fight with Laloo 'demon'
A diminutive Dalit woman is leading a silent revolution in this Brahmin-dominated district. ...  | Read.. 
Pigeons fly away as visitors flock to the Taj Mahal on Monday. The Supreme Court has extended night viewing at the heritage monument by a year. (PTI)
Singer escapes hotel fire
Alert teacher saves students
Poison gas kills cops
Stubborn survivors breathe life into camp
Albinus, Zahid and Johnson have created quite a stir. In January, the three healthy, blissfully..  | Read.. 
Court questions Mayavati case closure
The Supreme Court today took serious note of the United Progressive Alliance government closing..  | Read.. 
Rule of gun in land of dons & wives
In a land where guns speak louder than poll rhetoric, i ...  | Read.. 

Amisha family disclaimer
The legal row between Amisha Patel and her family has got m ...  | Read.. 

Cops leave man under coal heap
An accident victim lay buried under a heap of coal for over ...  | Read.. 

World Bank whip on YSR
The World Bank is playing tough with the Andhra Prades ...  | Read.. 

Eton digs up links with Raj, warts and all
It has educated no fewer than 18 Prime Ministers, 19 pr ...  | Read.. 

US hardsells aircraft
US armaments major Lockheed Martin today offered to sup ...  | Read.. 

Praise from Lanka
India today received praise for its post-tsunami relief ope ...  | Read.. 

Geelani points finger at police
S.A.R. Geelani, who was acquitted in the Parliament attack ...  | Read.. 

Blacklisted college balm
Human resource development minister Arjun Singh has ask ...  | Read.. 

Tihar shift for Pappu Yadav
The Supreme Court today ordered Pappu Yadav, the contro ...  | Read.. 

Nagma sees mix-up
Bollywood actor Nagma today denied any links with gangster ...  | Read.. 

Kohli cry
Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, the prime accused in the rape and ...  | Read.. 

Paradise powerless & parched
Mushtaq Ahmed came out of the frying pan only to land i ...  | Read.. 

'Political' judges in CJI glare
The Chief Justice of India will consult chief justices ...  | Read.. 

Jumbo in tow, bandit keeps date with deity
Eight years ago Dadua hoodwinked police by draping hims ...  | Read.. 

Early-start call to bust stress
Working conditions in call centres in India are 'very s ...  | Read.. 

Workmen lose 240-day shield
Services of workmen need not be regularised even after ...  | Read..