The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 12 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Indian salve for America’s war curse

In his Bangalore laboratory, biologist Sumantra Chattarji has spotted changes in brain cells that he believes can explain the mental trauma that haunts, among others, hundreds of US soldiers back home from Afghanistan and Iraq. ...   | Read..

Babus to reveal travel details

If you can’t beat them, join them....   | Read..

Bail-shy cartoonist relents

Bombay High Court granted bail to Aseem Trivedi today on a PIL filed by an independent party, but the jailed cartoonist refused to accept the relief till his friends brou...   | Read..

SC okays deferred coverage

Courts have the power to postpone media coverage of a criminal trial for a short duration if they feel there is a “clear and present danger” to the defendant&...   | Read..

Cancer drug patent battle

Swiss pharma giant Novartis’s attempt today to convince the Supreme Court to change Indian patent laws, which allow local companies to produce cheap generic version...   | Read..
Sumantra Chattarji in his Bangalore lab
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Hero & his ‘heroin’ on high

Narcopolis, the debut novel of Kerala-born poet-writer Jeet Thayil, made the shortlist f...   | Read..

Aide axed but CM in dark

A key aide of Akhilesh Yadav has been stripped of his post in the Samajwadi Party without the k...   | Read..

Dalai rues mix of graft & prayer

The Dalai Lama today said it was sad there is corruption in a country of such “religious-minded” people as I...   | Read..

Modi starts yatra, with dare to PM

Narendra Modi today launched a month-long rathyatra ahead of the December Assembly polls, asking the Congress not to use...   | Read..

Surrender suspense in TN

S.P. Udayakumar, the man spearheading the anti-nuclear protests in Kudankulam, said he would surrender tonight to preven...   | Read..