The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Delhi mulls peace force for Iraq
The army command is considering contingency plans to send troops to Iraq for peacekeeping. The country already has plans to spare troops for UN-led peacekeeping operations. However, despatching troops to Iraq under a dispensation that is not UN-led will be unprecedented. ...  | Read.. 
BJP targets Digvijay on development
The BJP today said it will contest the November elections in the state on “developmental issues”. ...  | Read.. 
Scribe held for alleged Hizb link
The editor of a Kashmir news agency has been arrested on suspicion of channelling funds to a Pakistan-based militant organisation operating in the Kashmir valley. ...  | Read.. 
Advani talks tough with Armitage
.K. Advani today made it clear to US deputy secretary of state Richard Armitage that while India is ready to extend a hand of friendship to Pakistan, there has been no ev ...  | Read.. 
Poetess’ death shadow on minister
The murder of a poetess here has brought alive memories of the Shivani Bhatnagar case, investigations into which had thrown up names of senior officials and Union ministe ...  | Read.. 
Amitabh Bachchan with Shabana Azmi on the first death anniversary of her father, poet Kaifi Azmi, in Mumbai. The actor recited one of Kaifi Azmi’s ...  | Read
Phone call turns fatal in Sydney
Ranji player caught stealing
Tantrik held for boy sacrifice
Legislator injured
Eight die in cylinder blasts
At least eight people were killed and over 100 injured in a series of cylinder explosions in Lu..  | Read.. 
Fluoride ‘curse’ cripples Bihar village
The sun is beating down hard amid the dusty hills but the six little devils cannot wait for the..  | Read.. 
Israel axis proposal draws flak
Opposition parties today reacted sharply to national se ...  | Read.. 

Jamali clears air on Valley
Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali denied that a ...  | Read..