The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Drive against Sangh shadow
A gathering of Congress and Left leaders today asked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take “definitive action” to rid the administration of people owing allegiance to the Sangh parivar. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal nudged to probe Dawood link
India has asked Nepal to take immediate action against a private cable network for its suspected links with Dawood Ibrahim. ...  | Read.. 
Hostage talks hit hurdle after fresh demand
The Kuwaiti employer of three Indians held hostage in Iraq said tonight it was withdrawing from talks to secure their release, clouding hopes and belying an unusual offer by India’s best known face abroad to save the liv ...  | Read.. 
Only 13 and ready for Bhutto mantle
Benazir’s daughter vows to carry forward family mission
Rahul Gandhi took 34 years and months of speculation to make up his mind that he would follow in his parents’ footsteps. Bakhtwar Zardari needed only 13 years. ...  | Read.. 
Fireworks light up the Rion Antirion bridge during a ceremony in Athens a day before the crossing of the Olympic flame. (AFP)
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on making an appeal for the release of hostages in Iraq
Rebels fail to fell twin towers
The banned Ulfa today triggered a series of blasts near chief minister Tarun Gogoi’s ancestral home ...  | Read..
Hub stamp on airport
A move to make Calcutta the hub for international flights to Southeast and East Asia is on the ...  | Read..
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Bilkis breaks through fear veil
Bilkis Yakub Rasool today did a Zahira Sheikh. ...   | Read.. 
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DVC cuts water supply to farms
Lack of rain in Jharkhand is costing Bengal dear. ...   | Read.. 
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Arrests signal Pak shift
The recent arrests of a senior Pakistani al Qaida operative in Dubai and t ...   | Read.. 
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Anand emerges champion
Viswanathan Anand won the chess classic of Mainz for the fourth consec ...   | Read.. 
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Pitfalls pave progress path
‘Today’s pain, tomorrow’s gain’ reads a common construction-site sign in a ...   | Read.. 
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Uncivil wrongs
The average mainstream Indian may not even be aware what this 1958 ...   | Read.. 
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Oilfield afire over price bombshell
British Gas (BG) and Reliance have sent shock waves through the petrol ...   | Read.. 
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Faria drags Salman into Sven sleaze fest
Salman Khan was one of Faria Alam’s lovers, it is claimed today in an ...   | Read..