The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Time to crow or cower
Kumar Harsh knows how much a policeman’s lathi can hurt, how water can sting when sprayed from a cannon, and how eyes burn when a smoke bomb explodes. ...  | Read.. 
Venugopal verdict
Delhi High Court today ruled that AIIMS chief P. Venugopal, a heart surgeon, “cannot hold two posts” and terminated his position as professor in the cardiology depa ...  | Read.. 
Middle line on SEZs
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi today held a meeting to firm up the party line on special economic zones to ensure there is no repeat of Nandigram and Kalinga Nagar. ...  | Read.. 
Clueless Congress gets the jitters
When BJP spokesman Prakash Javadekar accused the Centre of its “abject failure to project its case of social backwardness in the right perspective” before the S ...  | Read.. 
Arjun to seek ruling review
The human resource development ministry headed by Arjun Singh — the main architect of the 27 per cent OBC quota bill — is going to seek a review of today’s interim c ...  | Read.. 
Quota supporters on a candlelight vigil in Patna. Pictures by Prem Singh and PTI
FTV gets the boot for body show
If Sushma Swaraj cracked the whip, Priya Ranjan Das Munshi has pulled the plug...  | Read.. 
What lies ahead of students: quota questions answered What are the ways the government can try to get around the court stay on the Other Backward Class..  | Read.. 
Close shave for IITs
The Indian Institutes of Technology will have an easier ...  | Read.. 

Test cleared, cloud on B-school berth
The Supreme Court stay on the quota for OBC students means ...  | Read.. 

Bengal ban looms on plastic bags
Get ready to say goodbye to the plastic bag in which yo ...  | Read.. 

Claim of 250 murders
An arrested kingpin has stunned police by claiming tha ...  | Read..