The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Musharraf man on secret trip
A close confidant of Pervez Musharraf is in Delhi on a hush-hush visit to hold talks with India's powerful national security adviser, J.N. Dixit. ...  | Read.. 
CM springs airport surprise
Chief minister Arjun Munda today kept himself airborne among a group of captains of industry by disclosing a surprise proposal for an international airport near Jamshedpur an ...  | Read.. 
Legal heat on estates
The Assam government is contemplating legal action against the tea companies whose alleged failure to arrange for proper healthcare caused hundreds of deaths in the past ...  | Read.. 
Forget dotcom, be Indian, be
Business sense, not swadeshi, drives minister's crusade
If Dayanidhi Maran has his way, every Indian netizen ' company or individual ' will carry a suffix in his Internet address that will proudly identify him as an Indian. ...  | Read.. 
Girders in the shape of a cross, preserved from the wreckage of the World Trade Center, stand over the twin-tower site in New York on Friday, the eve ...  | Read
After I recently joined the category of former Prime Ministers, I wondered as to what members of the club can do

Arsenal aid to Nepal
The Indian Army is delving into its own arsenal to feed Nepal's army where the Maoist rebe ...  | Read..
School-scared boy runs away
'Ma, I am going away; I will call you up and let you know (where I am),' a 12-year-old w ...  | Read..
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Modi springs population panel
Gujarat today issued a notification announcing the setting up of a pop ...   | Read.. 
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Industry sparks fly over minister's power threat
The power crisis in the state today threatened to trigger a confrontat ...   | Read.. 
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Nepal firms shut down
Maoists in Nepal today forced the closure of 35 major comp ...   | Read.. 
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Rain threat to India's opener
It was in the 2000 ICC KnockOut, the Champions Trophy precursor, that ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Car crawl at schools
The day after cops pledged to clear the snarls...   | Read.. 
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Fond illusions
Like Oscar Wilde, I have been dying beyond my means in a private hospital, ...   | Read.. 
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DSQ told to cough up Rs 630 cr
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today asked DSQ Software ...   | Read.. 
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Art as an industry in Husain deal
When art went to bed with commerce it's hard to tell. But September 9 ...   | Read..