The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Arjun sorry about force, not quota
Human resource development minister Arjun Singh apologised to medical students who were manhandled outside his house yesterday but he did not give any assurance on reviewing the decision to step up reservations in educational institutions, including IIMs, IITs and medical colleges. ...  | Read.. 
Where’s the data, SC asks govt
Does the government know how many quota candidates manage to secure jobs under the general category, the Supreme Court asked today. ...  | Read.. 
Profit heat on Centre
The Centre today faced Opposition heat in the office-of-profit controversy with the BJP warning it not to “dilute” the constitutional provisions on the subject ...  | Read.. 
Cop summons
A court today summoned deputy commissioner of police, New Delhi district, Anand Mohan after a complaint was filed alleging that excessive force was used against doctors and ...  | Read.. 
Yechury basks in Nepal glory
CPM leader Sitaram Yechury is soaking in all the attention being showered on him courtesy the Nepal turmoil. ...  | Read.. 
Shahrukh Khan and Preity Zinta strike a Veer-Zaara pose before the film's screening in Paris on Thursday. (AFP)
Indian denies Net threat to Bush
Riot cop gets Gujarat top job
Dawood kin
‘Rapist’ teacher
Industry begins caste count
India Inc has started a subtle process of a “caste headcount” of its workforce...  | Read.. 
Akhilesh on cycle raring to take on Rahul
In the heat and dust of Rae Bareli, one son will take on another...  | Read.. 
Oil scam probe gets more time
The government has granted a three-month extension to t ...  | Read.. 

Pramod wife, son quizzed
Five days after his youngest brother shot him thrice in the ...  | Read.. 

Sonia mulls middle path
Sonia Gandhi favours a “balancing act” on res ...  | Read.. 

Record win for Azad
Chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today swept into the Ja ...  | Read.. 

US plans Asian power pipeline
The US wants to spearhead a mammoth project transmitting el ...  | Read..