The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Salve on minorities, rap on West
The Prime Minister today criticised the West for making an “erroneous linkage” between terrorism and Muslims and urged police not to make the minorities an automatic target of suspicion while probing terror. ...  | Read.. 
PM wins Left with Castro stories
The Left parties are pleased as punch with Manmohan Singh. ...  | Read.. 
Fernandes hints at Dal exit
Former Janata Dal (United) president George Fernandes has said he does not care if his relationship with party colleagues Nitish Kumar and Sharad Yadav as well as the BJP ...  | Read.. 
Kerala cola depots ransacked
Youths belonging to the ruling Left Front ransacked stores selling Coca-Cola and Pepsi in Kerala today, warning the soft drink companies against resuming sale and manufac ...  | Read.. 
BJP throws Havana barbs
The BJP today accused the Prime Minister of signing the Havana joint statement with Pakistan without consulting the security agencies and demanded he explain the shift in ...  | Read.. 
Artisans give finishing touches to an effigy of Ravana in Mathura on the first day of Navratra on Saturday. The effigy will be burnt on Dussehra, a d ...  | Read
Film frenzy kills three
TRS support
Airport arrest
Govinda kin in molest net
Congress MP and actor Govinda’s nephew Janvendra Ahuja was today arrested with three frien..  | Read.. 
Sonia lends voice to farmers
Sonia Gandhi today directed her party’s 14 chief ministers to amend their policy on specia..  | Read.. 
Penelope’s passion burns bright
It may take some time, but Penelope Cruz will someday be cro ...  | Read.. 

‘Author took us for a ride’
The portrayal of the Maharaja and Anita in the novel is all ...  | Read.. 

Prince & showgirl
At 18, the maharaja has such a large tummy that he needs an elephant...  | Read.. 
‘Fiction has its own truth’
Thank you for the opportunity to defend myself. ...  | Read.. 

Hope for tutors-to-be
Offering relief to students who had obtained certificat ...  | Read..