The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Global blows and govt-inspired desi rescue act
The second anniversary was almost as bad as the debut for the Manmohan Singh government. ...  | Read.. 
Warmth of plains after icy talks
A delegation led by the Pakistani defence secretary reached here today for the 10th round of talks on Siachen to find that their Indian hosts have put more on their agenda than the glacial heights over which the jaw-jaw ...  | Read.. 
PM backs reservation, with a slip
Looking a touch more tentative than he would have liked, the Prime Minister began his third year in office affirming his government’s commitment to the Other Backward Classes quota and speaking of the aam admi Read.. 
Fort sold for a song
Developer buys Shivaji base for Rs 2 crore
It may not have been as audacious as selling the Taj Mahal, but the group of islanders off the Konkan coast ' without the option of vanishing from the scene like Bunty and Ba ...  | Read.. 
Anti-reservation students on hunger strike at AIIMS on Monday. Picture by Prem Singh
So many students are in agony, something that pains me

Tongue Twister
The Chinese have to be the most successful culinary colonisers the world has ever known. In Calcutta ...  | Read..
Quota without tears
The quota row today hit the government’s image where it should hurt, with two members quit ...  | Read..