The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Democracy trots
General Pervez Musharraf today escorted Pakistan closer to a “democracy” that saw the “King’s party” emerge as the largest group in the election held yesterday and the rise of a religious fundamentalist kingmaker. ...  | Read.. 
Nobel for Carter, kick for Bush
The Nobel committee today gave the peace prize to Jimmy Carter and a “kick in the leg” to George W. Bush. ...  | Read.. 
Advani readies trumpet for anniversary
The “good work” done by the coalition at the Centre will be the highlight of a press conference to be addressed by deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani on the third anniversary of the BJP-led government, while the party goe ...  | Read.. 
Rebel Deewar to K3G at 60
Bachchan extols family values at birthday spectacle
If there is little youth left in him, there is even less anger. ...  | Read.. 
Qazi Hussain Ahmed at a celebration rally. (AFP)
Mehbooba to jog Atal’s memory
Fresh from the stunning performance at the hustings, Mehbooba Mufti today said the top priority ...  | Read..
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Soldiers stare at second winter on border
The generals are caught between 7 lakh troops on the borders and a gov ...   | Read.. 
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Save or splurge, babu wins
Watch your phone bill — thank you, sir, will give finger and ear a res ...   | Read.. 
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Congress loads Bush’s Iraq-attack gun
The US Congress early today granted President George W. Bush the authorisa ...   | Read.. 
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India have Windies by the jugular
The West Indies’ chief selector, Sir Issac Vivian Alexander Richards, hasn ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
By the goddess, as bizarre as it gets
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The world on a short leash
India and the USA in the New Millennium, has just been published ...   | Read.. 
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State Bank, IOC fire up bonds
The bond markets, which have been somnolent of late, sprung back to li ...   | Read..