The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Method in cop madness
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s top cops today posted armed police at the gates to their headquarters and shut themselves out from the public they are meant to serve, but officers in a special cell were sifting through files, scrutinising more than one case in which D.G. Vanzara was ...  | Read.. 
Slain college girl’s family seeks probe
Ishrat Jahan Raza’s family has demanded a CBI probe into the police encounter in Ahmedabad that killed her three years ago. ...  | Read.. 
BSP upbeat, others down
The ruling Samajwadi Party is nervous. The Opposition BJP is banking on allies to deliver. The Congress has little to crow about. ...  | Read.. 
American embassy up for grabs
Indian tycoons wanting a spacious London apartment with a prestigious address should keep an eye out for the US embassy in Grosvenor Square which is being put up for sale ...  | Read.. 
Motive hunt
A debate is raging on the motive behind the fake encounters. One of the angles covers the marble trade in Rajasthan. ...  | Read.. 
An overjoyed Delhi girl shakes a leg when it starts pouring on Wednesday. (PTI)
Cong goes for kill
Slow to respond when the 2002 riots began, the Congress is going for the jugular on the Sohrabu..  | Read.. 
Home for boy but none for girl
A millionaire home for the abandoned boy, none for the baby girl...  | Read.. 
TN quota battle plea
The Tamil Nadu government today moved the Supreme Court ...  | Read.. 

Fertiliser crack at Mulayam
Land, food, and now fertilisers. ...  | Read.. 

Credit card damages
The state consumer commission has asked Citibank to pay Rs ...  | Read.. 

Indians join HIV vaccine hunt
Two research teams in India have joined a global effort ...  | Read.. 

Graft glare on finance sleuth
Accused of harassing an Indian businessman through corr ...  | Read..