The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Seal on Tata deal, from hospital bed
The Bengal government can now claim to have lived up to the declaration that nothing will break its resolve to push ahead with the Tata project in Singur — not even a broken bone. ...  | Read.. 
New dawn lifts land deadlock
Fourteen months after a bloody battle with the police over land acquisition at Kalinga Nagar, agitating tribals lifted the blockade on the Daitari-Paradip highway in the earl ...  | Read.. 
HC notice on ‘forest sale’ to individuals
Jharkhand High Court today directed the state government to file an affidavit on the illegal sale of forestland to individuals. ...  | Read.. 
Five migrants gunned down
Five Bengali migrant labourers were shot dead by unidentified gunmen at Ningthoukhong Bazar in Manipur’s Bishenpur district late last night. Four of them were from S ...  | Read.. 
Four-legged Section 144
Ujjain prohibitory order targets cows, penalises humans
The ancient scriptures may find the gaumata divine, but a district magistrate has cited the criminal code to argue that cows are no better than humans. ...  | Read.. 
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All are equal in Pak, even chief justice
Pakistan’s Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry was shown the door today for “mis ...  | Read..
Global tea meet in Guwahati, finally
Bowing to pressure, Delhi today announced that the international tea convention, so long embroiled ...  | Read..