The Telegraph
Saturday , June 23 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Toll up as fire-audit glare falls on govt

Three more bodies were found in the charred ruins outside the sixth-floor offices of the Maharashtra chief minister and his deputy as it emerged today that the state apparently sat on a 2008 audit warning that Mantralaya was not fire-safe....   | Read..

Fear of irrelevance in Hurriyat

If you wish to witness necessity mothering invention real time, come talk to Mirwaiz Umer Farooq. It has probably dropped on him that stasis has settled on his stage and if it...   | Read..

Look, who’s guzzling gas

Politicians are the top consumers of subsidised cooking gas in Delhi, a transparency portal has shown at a time the Centre is planning limits for ordinary subscribers....   | Read..

PSUs lose defence privilege

Defence minister A.K. Antony today withdrew the privilege of public sector undertakings to supply equipment to the armed forces....   | Read..

CPM backs squatters

The CPM in Haldia has for the first time in three years announced plans of taking to the streets against eviction of encroachers in the town, the victory in the June 3 ci...   | Read..
Pranab appeals but silent on mamata ...  | Read
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Protege quits CPM with Pranab salvo at Karat

A young comrade who is considered CPM leader Prakash Karat’s acolyte quit the party’...   | Read..

Kid gloves for Agatha

The “war room” where strategies to defeat UPA President candidate Pranab Mukherjee ...   | Read..

Rave drug test pins 44, all results not out

The first batch of drug test results has pinned 44 guests of a Juhu rave party the police raided last month but the test...   | Read..