The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Joshi temple plea & papers on PM plate
Murli Manohar Joshi is likely to move Allahabad High Court on Monday for a review of the Rae Bareli court’s order to frame charges against him in the Babri Masjid demolition case. ...  | Read.. 
Jailhouse suicide in jailbreak trail
A 40-year-old undertrial committed suicide this afternoon in his cell in Presidency Jail in Alipore, swinging the glare firmly back on security lapses in Calcutta’s priso ...  | Read.. 
Togadia spits fire at BJP meet
Praveen Togadia was the guest of honour at a special meeting of the BJP’s minorities’ cell, flown in especially from Ahmedabad presumably to “cajole” Muslims to forsake their “obduracy” on Ayodhya, make peace with Hindus ...  | Read.. 
Cricketer loses to politician
Pak denies ex-BCCI chief Dungarpur visa because of BJP bond
Islamabad has been promising a red carpet welcome for Team India but, just the other day, the Pakistan High Commission denied former Board of Control for Cricket in India (B ...  | Read.. 
Mumbai’s Taj Mahal Hotel reflected in a pool of rainwater a month after the twin blasts. Security has been beefed up in the metropolis for Navratri. ( ...  | Read
Parties to test Mizo waters
Buoyed by their success in Nagaland, several national parties have decided to test the waters f ...  | Read..
Blind, with a vision
The blind teach here, but they see more than a 26-year-old government does. ...  | Read..
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Dhaka in river link scramble
A fresh water-sharing row seems to be brewing between India and Bangla ...   | Read.. 
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Jilted youth kills lover
Love took its toll on 14-year-old Nitu Singh when she was shot dead by ...   | Read.. 
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Bush, Putin share Iraq goal
US President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin urged Ira ...   | Read.. 
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It’s Kiri, not Kirti
Till yesterday, Syed Kirmani wasn’t even a member of the Board’s senio ...   | Read.. 
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House burgled at gunpoint
Armed dacoits raided a businessman’s flat in the Karaya police station area ...   | Read.. 
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Exile and other kingdoms
“Yet the books will be there on the shelves, ...   | Read.. 
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Tribunal limits limited mobility
The Telecom Dispute Settlement and Appellate Tribunal today asked the gove ...   | Read..