The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt looks for quota compromise
The government today trod cautiously in the face of swelling protests by doctors, proposing an “incremental” increase in education quotas instead of a one-time jump. ...  | Read.. 
Bus smoke in Tata car wake
Not just the small car, the Tatas could also make in Bengal what state government officials call “bus”. ...  | Read.. 
Shayan knew of notice: Cop
Delhi police today said Shayan Munshi was aware of the look-out circular (LOC) issued against him and have questioned the model-turned-actor’s claim that he was going to Bangkok on a honeymoon. ...  | Read.. 
Offices of profit unite competitors
Consensus of convenience: BJP to oppose bill after protecting interests
The Congress-led government has extended the notion of “participatory democracy” to sharing profits not just with allies but with rival BJP as well. ...  | Read.. 
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (in AFP picture above in Kingston, Jamaica) is ready to face the heat of the West Indian fast bowlers but with a little less hair ...  | Read
There is no intention to harm anybody. After all, they are our children

on the anti-quota protesters
Tongue Twister
There are not enough places in the city where one can get good south Indian non-vegetarian food. Of ...  | Read..
Rajdhani heat on Lalu
The Rajdhani derailment of 2002 that killed 120 people has returned to haunt Lalu Prasad Yadav. ...  | Read..