The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fingers crossed in drenched isle
As the heavens opened, the hands went up in prayer. ...  | Read.. 
To altar, a year after escape
Roland Buerk, son of BBC journalist Michael Buerk, has married the woman he believes saved him from death in the Asian tsunami a year ago. ...  | Read.. 
Aid comes first for faith groups
Buddhists run a camp for tsunami survivors in Islamic Aceh. A Mennonite family teaches English at a camp in Thailand. Christians put up homes in Sri Lanka and Jains build sch ...  | Read.. 
Rebels loot cash train
Maoist rebels stormed a train carrying salaries of railway employees, killing four policemen and injuring six persons. ...  | Read.. 
One date, 2 tragedies
It was early morning on December 26 when the bodies began arriving. ...  | Read.. 
Nineteen-year-old Mathilda Wallin from Sweden prays at the Calvary Chapel in Takuapa district, 130 km from Phuket, Thailand, on Sunday. Over 5,000 peo ...  | Read
Delhi air and rail links fogged out
Sri Lankan minister blocked
Girl stabbed
Pakistani boy
In a shell a year after
Meghna Rajasekhar’s teachers say she has a head for languages. Looking at her, you wouldn..  | Read.. 
BJP: From five-star to open bath
The BJP starts its silver jubilee session tomorrow amid speculation about whether the party..  | Read.. 
Memorials for future recall
On the eve of the tsunami’s first anniversary, the ...  | Read.. 

Congress pill for state poll hiccups
Facing a series of tough state polls, the Congress has ...  | Read.. 

Uma deal on enemy radar
The Congress is banking on former BJP leader Uma Bharti ...  | Read.. 

Nepal hotel row sends guests packing
A five-star hotel in Nepal was vacated on Christmas Eve fo ...  | Read.. 

Rows of towering tribute
It took Pushpavanam just 24 hours to build perhaps the ...  | Read.. 

Mellow Christmas in mourning town
The spectre of last year’s tsunami hung like a shroud a ...  | Read..