The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Anti-quota pitch on Net, phone
If word of mouth brought some of the country’s young out on the streets after the Mandal Commission recommendations for job quotas, this time the Internet and the mobile phone are being used to organise against expanding reservation in educational institutions. ...  | Read.. 
Arjun says he did not violate poll code
Arjun Singh today formally informed the Election Commission he had not made any announcement on a 27 per cent education quota for other backward classes. ...  | Read.. 
Don Abu fumes at Gangster
Abu Salem is angry: how can Bollywood brand him a “gangster” before Bombay High Court does' ...  | Read.. 
Worry is sleep, not security
Women working nights don’t get enough rest during day
Women working night shifts don’t have a problem with security, but in getting enough sleep, says a study. ...  | Read.. 
Abu Salem has sent a notice to producer Mahesh Bhatt asking him to stall the release of his film Gangster as he feels the title character is ba ...  | Read
I don't agree with your communal politics

to Uma Bharti, who went to visit her in hospital
Rain and rage kill match
After a 29-month wait for the chance to host a one-dayer, Guwahati had agreed to slot it at a t ...  | Read..
Board hands Pawar power over Dalmiya
Nineteen months after his casting vote stopped Sharad Pawar from becoming the Board of Control ...  | Read..