The Telegraph
Saturday , November 10 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Sonia nudge for party-govt ‘balance’

Sonia Gandhi today asked the government to create an environment that would make an election win possible, and Rahul Gandhi tried to convince Congress leaders that the party had the strength and skill to face the daunting challenges....   | Read..

Hit by acid, woman calls to save another

Minutes after an ex-boyfriend flung acid in her face, a 26-year-old physiotherapist dialled another woman he had dated to warn her she was next on his hit-list....   | Read..

Zardari’s armoured limo for Nitish

The red carpet rolled out for Nitish Kumar is actually a black Mercedes. It is an especially souped-up limo, double-proofed against bullets and bombs, and it is the same ...   | Read..

SC clears Sharief

The Supreme Court today quashed corruption cases against C.K. Jaffer Sharief for allegedly violating rules in taking four personal staffers to London during his visit the...   | Read..

‘Illiteracy’ rap on India

India’s education system is marked by poor quality and produces “functional illiterates”, the chief of a UN body told The Telegraph here today....   | Read..
Naomi Campbell faced a jumbo hitch but pulled off a three-day 50th birthday party for her billionaire boyfriend Vladislav Doronin in Jodhpur where Dia ...  | Read
Nation Briefs
bullet Mob charges
bullet Bhatt plea
bullet Women’s bill row
bullet 2G stay

Foot spa that drives in

You needn’t trudge to a foot spa to pamper your tired feet; the foot spa will come to you...   | Read..

Hint of LPG cap review

An outcry against the LPG policy at the day-long Surajkund Congress conclave today forced Veera...   | Read..

Ask govt for holiday plans

The tourism ministry has realised that the first step towards attracting tourists is to tell them where to go, how to go...   | Read..