The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Atrocity boot on govt foot
Gifted a public relations windfall by Mamata Banerjee and her associates in the Assembly, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee could not have found a better forum to end a satisfying week. ...  | Read.. 
Push & prayer for Sidhu
Family members of Gurnam Singh, who died after being beaten up by Navjyot Singh Sidhu 18 years ago, claim they are under political pressure not to press for the maximum punis ...  | Read.. 
Complacency proves fatal for jawans
Maoists used a battery-operated remote control this afternoon to blow up a minibus carrying 16 jawans of the Special Task Force (STF) of Jharkhand police near Kanjkiro, 6 ...  | Read.. 
Third time unlucky
Barely a minute before 3071 Up Howrah-Jamalpur Express was to arrive at platform number one at the Bhagalpur station this morning, part of a road bridge fell on the slow movi ...  | Read.. 
Delhi to go ahead with dam project
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today announced that the Centre would go ahead with the Tipaimukh project. He added that Manipur’s Regional Institute of Medical Scienc ...  | Read.. 
Humane garb for ‘black law’
In an attempt to calm frayed nerves in Manipur, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today announced that the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act would be amended to mak ...  | Read.. 
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Atrocity boot on govt foot
Why did they enter our homes and drag us out and beat us'

on police action in Singur
Dead bridge crushes train and lives
Trains have sometimes fallen off bridges in India. Today, the Indian Railways turned convention ...  | Read..
Dent in Left advantage
If the Trinamul Congress’s violence in the Assembly had given Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee a distinc ...  | Read..