The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mamata or Citu, IT will work: CM
The government will make sure infotech companies work normally on December 14, the day CPM front organisation Citu and other trade unions have called a bandh, just as it did today, the chief minister has indicated. ...  | Read.. 
Hotelier Lalit Suri dies
Prominent Rajya Sabha member and hotelier Lalit Suri died early this morning in London ...  | Read.. 
Arrest in data theft
Police today arrested Sachidanand Patnaik for allegedly passing on data from an IT firm he was working in six months ago to the one that employs him now. ...  | Read.. 
Court strictures on Sahi soft-pedal
First the governor refused to administer oath of office to Bhanu Pratap Sahi, and today Jharkhand high court added to the government’s embarrassment by pulling up the po ...  | Read.. 
Rebel flees after trip to hospital
A Harkat-ul-Ansar militant, Nurul Amin, escaped from police custody shortly after being admitted to Gauhati Medical College Hospital for treatment of piles. ...  | Read.. 
Blame on Dispur for botched eye camp
The official inquiry into the botched cataract surgery camp that led to 34 patients losing one eye each has revealed that Dispur had pre-ssured the under-equipped Regional In ...  | Read.. 
Stars for toiling child
Sceptical of govt enforcing ban, NGOs go to Bollywood
When faith in the government’s ability is thin, turn to Bollywood. ...  | Read.. 
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee at Writers’. Picture by Amit Datta
Mamata or Citu, IT will work: CM
It marks a historic event

on the nuclear test
Korea shakes US, like India
Communist North Korea became the world’s eighth declared nuclear weapons state when it con ...  | Read..
Kanshi goes in turmoil
Even on his final journey today, Kanshi Ram was dogged by the battle between his protégé Mayava ...  | Read..