The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Piece of paper lights quota fire
A piece of A3-size paper has created havoc in Delhi and much of the rest of the country over reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in higher educational institutions. ...  | Read.. 
Support swells for protest
Some 200 medicos protesting against reservations began an indefinite hunger strike on the AIIMS lawns today, boosted by support from their peers in other states as well as e ...  | Read.. 
Kanyakumari to Siachen’s secular heights
A Bengali officer whose Tamil is better than his Hindi, a Jat commander from Haryana, Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims from Jammu and Kashmir, Buddhists from Ladakh ' the composition of the Indian military forces ranged against ...  | Read.. 
Opal passes the pavement test
Plagiarism gives a push to sales of pirated copies of Kaavya’s novel
Kaavya Viswanathan got caught, got pulled off distribution, got pirated and sold very well. ...  | Read.. 
A student at an anti-reservation rally in Bangalore. (AFP)
Piece of paper lights quota fire
Everything is okay with Asim, so it is with Subhas

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Shaken, Shayan heads to Delhi
Actor-model Shayan Munshi, the key witness in the Jessica Lal murder who was arrested and freed ...  | Read..
CPM suffers labour pain
The CPM’s problems with ministry formation go beyond Asim Dasgupta and Subhas Chakraborty. ...  | Read..