The Telegraph
Sunday , June 3 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Typhoon holds up monsoon

A western Pacific typhoon named Mawar, moving near the Philippines on Saturday and sucking moisture and wind currents towards itself, is contributing to the delay in the monsoon’s arrival over Kerala, weather scientists have said....   | Read..

50 paise shuffle in bus fare

The Bengal government today raised by 50 paise the Rs 4.50 fare in transport corporation-run buses and reduced by an equal amount the Rs 5.50 slab. ...   | Read..

Glare on intolerance

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today used a science platform to draw attention to a contemporary curse plaguing public life....   | Read..

Petrol price cut by Rs 2

Petrol prices were cut by about Rs 2 a litre from midnight by state-run oil firms, a partial reduction of the Rs 6.28-plus increase over a week ago....   | Read..

Gang war bullets for Delhi MLA

Gunmen chased and shot a Delhi MLA at his party office and left him seriously injured this morning, with police blaming the attack on the resurgence of a 1990s feud betwe...   | Read..
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan returns to Mumbai from Cannes on Friday with daughter Aaradhya, who’s covered from head to toe. A tiny hand peeps out, adorned ...  | Read
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Jagan handed to CBI

Andhra Pradesh High Court today rejected Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy’s plea for bail in an asse...   | Read..

Call to use science

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today stressed the need for optimum use of science and technology...   | Read..

Antony sends sea message to China

Defence minister A.K. Antony today said countries cannot use their size to claim maritime boundaries and deny the use of...   | Read..

Victim cries for gutka ban

A 26-year-old man from Hooghly who lost his tongue to cancer in a Mumbai hospital last week has lent his voice to a publ...   | Read..