The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Satellites to ease load on Calcutta
A string of satellite townships is on the drawing board to lessen the population load on the twin cities of Calcutta and Howrah, which are bursting at the seams. ...  | Read.. 
Threats to Mani, Shekhar rock Bollywood
Bollywood was today taken aback as news of director Mani Ratnam and popular TV personality Shekhar Suman being on the Lashkar-e-Toiba hit list filtered in. ...  | Read.. 
Shinde fourth time lucky
The capital was abuzz — he was Sonia Gandhi’s choice to take over the reins of the Democratic Front government in Maharashtra. But Sushil Kumar Shinde kept his emotions in check. ...  | Read.. 
Bye-bye banana. Are you bananas'
Scientists raise possibility of fruit’s extinction within 10 years
Buy your bananas now. Scientists have warned that the world’s favourite fruit could be extinct within 10 years because it is unable to fight off a rampaging plague of pests an ...  | Read.. 
A bull (in Reuters picture above) charges at a group of people during the Pongal festival in a village near Madurai in Tamil Nadu. The obje ...  | Read
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Deshmukh grins and hands crown to Shinde
The curtains finally came down on Vilasrao Deshmukh today as he went out of office, flashing th ...  | Read..
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Sangh drags scandal into pastor attack
Three days after the attack on American evangelist Joseph W. Cooper, t ...   | Read.. 
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Hatey Bazare nudge to Kamrup tail
Barely a day before senior railway officials were to arrive in Malda f ...   | Read.. 
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Diplomatic bid to avert Iraq war intensifies
Diplomatic efforts to avert a war in Iraq intensified today as the top UN ...   | Read.. 
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SA govt may ‘intervene’ on Terms
A hardening of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC’s) stand on th ...   | Read.. 
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Buddha click on IT township
The buzz had been there in business circles for some time now – the project ...   | Read.. 
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Indians out of India
The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Nehru ...   | Read.. 
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Singh ushers investors into the world of gilts
The government in its effort to boost the debt market today allowed small ...   | Read.. 
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Voteless Oxford for Clinton
Bill Clinton has emerged as the overwhelming favourite among Oxford undergr ...   | Read..