The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Kalam kicks profit bill back
President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam stunned the political establishment this evening by returning the office of profit bill to Parliament for “reconsideration”. ...  | Read.. 
Oil saboteurs face shoot-at-sight
Acts of sabotage by disgruntled contract workers during a mutiny against Oil India Ltd (OIL) last week have prompted the Assam government to issue shoot-at-sight orders again ...  | Read.. 
Time for a touchdown
No one knows when the guns of terror will fall silent in Kashmir but the peace talks are surely bearing fruit. ...  | Read.. 
Poachers enter defence labs
Fat pay lures scientists to software & engineering firms
This is one virus that is spreading fast and which public sector units and defence labs can’t do anything about. ...  | Read.. 
From India to Germany to Britain, a summer of discontent is keeping the medical profession on the simmer. In AFP picture above, a demonstrator in Mun ...  | Read
If they are overreaching our orders, they are in for a surprise

warning medical students
Protesters earn court wrath
The Supreme Court today expressed displeasure over medical students ignoring its appeal to call ...  | Read..
Sen sells Tata car project to farmers
Before the cabinet sits tomorrow to ratify the compensation package to acquire land for setting ...  | Read..