The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Death rules roost, brides keep off
“I hope I have a bride the next time we meet,” says Diwakar Sudhanshio. “It could take five years or more and I’ll be 33 by then, but god would be kind if he just got some woman to say she was ready to marry me. It’s crazy, nobody sends their daughters here.” ...  | Read.. 
Papa Amarsinh wages debutant’s battle
Shoot a question at Tushar Chaudhary, he will promptly say: “Let me ask Papa.” ...  | Read.. 
Name blame on Dharam
Ever wondered that Dilawar Khan and Ayesha Bi are two of the country’s leading film actors' ...  | Read.. 
Sachin, Shoaib on same side
The Indian tour to Pakistan had been billed as the Shoaib versus Sachin contest, but panned out rather differently. ...  | Read.. 
Craft check norms tightened
Worried by a spate of crashes involving small chartered aircraft and helicopters being used to fly politicians for election campaigning, the government today swung into actio ...  | Read.. 
Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi has a word with Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee before addressing an election meeting in Ahmedabad on Saturday. (PTI)
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Ram adds to Congress confusion
The confusion over Ram Jethmalani’s candidature deepened further today when the noted lawyer, w..  | Read.. 
Development plays hide-&-seek in Bolangir
For truckers on the road for hours in western Orissa, rest and food are provided by “hotels”, w..  | Read.. 
Amritsar embrace for Patiala boy
The man known for his unique one-liners in the commenta ...  | Read.. 

Bangarappa hurls mud, son grins & bears it
Mud is flying thick and fast in the Bangarappa vs Bangarapp ...  | Read..