The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dance of death on bloody Saturday
Kuka Parray, the father of the counter-insurgency movement in Kashmir, was killed in an audacious militant strike on the third blood-splattered Saturday in the state in a row. ...  | Read.. 
Nipped in the bud before Navratri
Killed twin-blasts suspect was scouting for chance to strike, say police
After personally supervising the assembling of the bombs that set off the twin blasts on August 25, Nissar kept roaming the streets in Mumbai, endangering his life, because t ...  | Read.. 
beat it: Anti-globalisation Korean protesters play musical instruments and dance with Mexicans in Cancun. (AFP)
Clearly, things are not as black and white as they seem

on Narendra Modi
Rapped Modi on dissection table
After the rebuke, it’s time for reckoning. ...  | Read..
On his knees, for Cancun
It was a phone call unlike any other since the Indo-US lovefest began in March 2000 when Presid ...  | Read..
Nation More.. 
Question mark on Modi throne
Even two days ago, no one doubted that Narendra Modi was here to stay. ...   | Read.. 
Bengal More.. 
CM pep talk for Cong-stung party
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has responded to an SOS from th ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
Big Five powers divided over Iraq future
The world’s five most powerful countries emerged divided today after four ...   | Read.. 
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Kapil’s turn to do the talking
Twentyfive years ago, when Kapil Dev made his India debut in Quetta, m ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Varsity safety valve for marks mess
Between the aggrieved student and the court, stands the university. In a bi ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Waugh versus Tendulkar
The Australian cricket captain, Steven Waugh, is more than just a sportsman. ...   | Read.. 
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Halfway through, but poles apart
Deal-making in Cancun hung in the balance on a day of hectic confabulation ...   | Read..