The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Jessica can of worms prised open
A groundswell of public outrage has compelled police to announce a probe into charges of evidence tampering in the Jessica Lal murder case and declare that the blanket acquittals would be challenged in court. ...  | Read.. 
Maoist raid near border
Hundreds of Maoist rebels raided Ilam, a town near the Indian border in north Bengal, bombing government buildings and freeing prisoners from a local jail, officials said ...  | Read.. 
CRPF man kills camp mates in bizarre attack
A day after five soldiers were killed in a suspected brawl at an army base in Jammu, a CRPF camp in Dhemaji district of Assam witnessed the bizarre spectacle of a head co ...  | Read.. 
Airport II on radar
In five to seven years, Calcutta may have its second international airport, equipped with two runways and a capacity to handle 4.5 million passengers a year. ...  | Read.. 
Double-role trouble for MP Jaya
EC recommends disqualification as RS member, party plans re-election
A day after thanking destiny for her successful public career, Jaya Bachchan is set to lose her status of MP. ...  | Read.. 
Best actress Reese Witherspoon (right) and best supporting actress Rachel Weisz pose with their Oscars in Hollywood. Reese won the Oscar for her role in Walk the Line and Rachel for The Constant Gardener. (AFP)
Oscar won’t break a taboo
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on moving the Supreme Court
Tongue Twister
There has been a trend in the city to name restaurants after spices, condiments and other ingredient ...  | Read..
Oscar won’t break a taboo
The Oscars opened the closet door to gay-themed films but shut it almost as quickly. ...  | Read..