The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Stipend and job for science students
India’s science policy makers have often blamed the lure of the lucre and shortcuts to jobs for drawing young talent away from the sciences. Now they want to reverse the trend with just that — a bit of money and assured jobs. ...  | Read.. 
Gandhi pole dance gets stick
The information and broadcasting ministry today cracked down on two news channels for fooling around with the Mahatma, forcing them to apologise. ...  | Read.. 
Stirrings of a thaw in Siachen silence
The army today defied precedent by maintaining an eloquent silence on the Siachen glacier and raised hopes that foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee will strike a positive n ...  | Read.. 
4-point win formula for UP
Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi have told the Congress’s Lok Sabha MPs of Uttar Pradesh that each of them must get at least four candidates elected from their parliame ...  | Read.. 
Sanjay Dutt’s daughter Trishala outside Mumbai airport on Friday. (Fotocorp)
PM plans trip to Ulfa strike-zone
RAW gets new head
Imam fatwa
Immolation bid
Orphan bloom finds root
Scientists have identified the family of the world’s largest, yet mysterious orphan, flowe..  | Read.. 
Out in no time, howzat!
The umpire has said “out” and for once, Navjot Singh Sidhu will not mind...  | Read.. 
Mulayam session
Chief minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today announced a f ...  | Read.. 

Rush after kit horse bolts
Calcutta police have rushed a team to New Delhi to challeng ...  | Read.. 

Court lock on tainted pumps
The Supreme Court today ordered closure of over 100 pet ...  | Read.. 

Rival calls Shilpa names
Shilpa Shetty was insulted as a “f…g Paki” on ...  | Read.. 

Afzal at Kalam mercy
Mohammad Afzal today exhausted his last judicial option ...  | Read.. 

Damper on fresh temple talks
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board has said it wil ...  | Read..