The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Children turn into kidney cheats
A man struck a deal with doctors and an organ-transplant broker to sell his aged and unsuspecting father’s kidney, first taking him to hospital for a “check-up” and then telling him he needed an operation. ...  | Read.. 
Malaysia snubs India again
Malaysia has told India not to meddle in its internal affairs after Delhi expressed concerns over the treatment of ethnic Indians in Muslim-majority Malaysia. ...  | Read.. 
Death call in Pramod case
The Pramod Mahajan murder trial entered its final phase today with the prosecution seeking death penalty for accused Praveen Mahajan. ...  | Read.. 
Drug bounty on AIDS day
The government today announced that it would next month begin offering expensive second-line drugs against HIV free to the poor who have lost their battle against the vir ...  | Read.. 
Hope for border jawans
Defence minister A.K. Antony today said the government would look into ways to improve living conditions of soldiers in inhospitable border regions and develop infrastruc ...  | Read.. 
Actress Rupa Ganguly at the 38th International Film Festival of India in Panaji. (PTI)
Munnabhais out for rule remedy
Recipe book to soup it up
Sacrifice gets activists’ goat
No-seal zone
Sonia woos with balm
Sonia Gandhi today asked people to vote for the Congress for a peaceful and happy Gujarat...  | Read.. 
Nachle back with line snipped
Madhuri Dixit’s comeback film has bought peace by withdrawing a line in the title track th..  | Read.. 
Portrait stirs temple storm
The man who led a violent struggle for a separate Sikh ...  | Read.. 

Assam game for CBI probe
The Assam government today promised to recommend a CBI prob ...  | Read.. 

Ballot duty hurts BSF
The BSF, which completes 42 years soon, could well be c ...  | Read..