The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Centre works on poll lollies
Even as Manmohan Singh defends his ties with new friend George W. Bush, his party and government are busy working on an old ally: the aam aadmi. ...  | Read.. 
Police inactive, bank knocks HC door for CBI probe
The Bank of Baroda filed a petition with the high court today requesting for CBI probe in a police case filed against Binod Sinha. ...  | Read.. 
Aspiring actor asks youth for sex, butchered at home
An aspiring actor, along with his grandmother, was killed late last night for allegedly putting “pressure” on the murderer for a gay relationship. ...  | Read.. 
Dispur cloaks Unesco rebuff with Rs 100cr for Majuli
Dispur today answered Majuli’s SOS with a Rs 100-crore grant and a belated assurance to set up a landscape management authority, the absence of which had led Unes ...  | Read.. 
A ghost island with 2500 souls
Chemical-hub choice Nayachar has no inhabitants, only ‘encroachers’
Nayachar is ghost zone. Officially, its 2,500 people hardly exist. ...  | Read.. 
Morning terror targets Pakistan’s mighty arms
Bombers shook Pakistan’s twin pillars of power — the military and the intelligence — on Tuesday morning ...  | Read
I am now in politics. But I am a teacher by profession
Manmohan Singh
Special status awaits CCL
Coal India Limited (CIL) is likely to add one more feather on its cap, with the coal ministry final ...  | Read..
The Seventh wonder in ties
The commander of the US Navy’s Seventh Fleet is expected in India and in the Bay of Bengal ...  | Read..