The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s dream trip was bombed before breakfast last night but the Indian and Pakistan foreign offices are saying they will not allow the peace process to be shattered. ...  | Read.. 
Strikes too many, cops too few
Terror on trains might have taken more than 250 lives in the last one year alone, but the Railway Protection Force (RPF) is woefully ill-equipped to face the challenge. ...  | Read.. 
After horror, a different ordeal
There were no tears, just blank stares. And the stench of death. ...  | Read.. 
Tears for uncle from Pakistan
Her expression frozen with shock, seven-year-old Muskan is the face of the cross-border tragedy. The tears that have dried on the Rajasthani girl’s cheeks are for an un ...  | Read.. 
Hassle tag on visa scan
Talk of security to people in the very slow-moving visa queue outside the Pakistan high commission here, and they tell you about harassment. ...  | Read.. 
The burning Samjhauta Express after the explosion on Monday. (AP)
Outside, a mobile mountain of flames
Around 11.53 last night, Joseph Thomas Ekka had casually looked out of his window expecting the..  | Read.. 
Ray of hope flickers amid ash
Three years ago, it had looked unlikely that India and Pakistan would be able to sustain the pe..  | Read.. 
Mumbai eye on Panipat
The Samjhauta blasts have revived in Mumbai the nightma ...  | Read.. 

Heartland ball in Centre court
The Congress Working Committee tonight stopped short of ...  | Read.. 

Railway doubles payment
Railway minister Lalu Prasad has announced compensation ...  | Read.. 

Not a dog’s chance for security
As sniffer dogs Tanuja and Beli lumbered across platforms s ...  | Read.. 

Tandoor death sentence upheld
Delhi High Court has upheld the death sentence awarded ...  | Read..