The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 7 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Civility missile flies at civil society
The talks to draft the Lok Pal bill appeared to have hit a wall after the civil society members stayed away from today’s meeting and left the field open for the government to raise the issue of civility. ...  | Read.. 
Cracks emerge over Baba clean-up style
Scores of tourists may be visiting Baba Ramdev’s ashram on the Delhi-Haridwar highway for a darshan of him fasting, but residents of the district are divided ...  | Read.. 
Left Lok Pal snub to govt
The Left parties have refused to answer government questionnaires on the Lok Pal bill, a stance that arrays them alongside the BJP in trying to corner the Congress-led UP ...  | Read.. 
Atoms trapped for 1,000 seconds
Scientists at a nuclear research laboratory in Geneva have trapped an exotic and mystery-ridden substance called antimatter for 16 minutes, making it possible for the fir ...  | Read.. 
Nod to terror data monitor
The Centre has green-lighted a counter-terrorism “tool” that will give security agencies an ocean of data on crores of Indians, letting them monitor the buying ...  | Read.. 
Footage of a man charging at Congress leader Janardhan Dwivedi with a shoe during a news conference in New Delhi on Monday. Sunil Kumar, carrying a pu ...  | Read
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SC issues ‘brutality’ notice
The Supreme Court today took suo motu cognisance of the midnight crackdown on Baba Ramdev an..  | Read.. 
Sushma jig spices up BJP Rajghat protest
Suhel Seth tweeted and Sushma Swaraj obliged...  | Read.. 
Anna plan on course
Anna Hazare is likely to be allowed to hold a daylong f ...  | Read.. 

Tagore ‘card’ on Dhaka table
Nirupama Rao may find Rabindranath Tagore’s Tasher ...  | Read.. 

In the graphic on Baba Ramdev’s assets published on Mon ...  | Read..