The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Close shave for top guns in war games
A missile-launching system dropped from an Indian Air Force plane targeted at imaginary terrorists nearly wiped out two defence ministers, an ambassador and the country’s almost entire military top brass. ...  | Read.. 
Cricket telecast bids under legal scanner
Two of the four bidders for the telecast rights to be awarded by the Board of Control for Cricket in India ' Doordarshan and ESPN ' appear to have met almost all the technical requirements of the tender. ...  | Read.. 
Winter at door, Valley rises out of ruins
Their spirits may be down, but they are not devastated. ...  | Read.. 
Future in old hands
Chappell looks ahead with age against his side
India’s cricket coach Greg Chappell has said he’s building a team with the 2007 World Cup in mind ' in short, he has eyes on the future. It looks increasingly as if ...  | Read.. 
Narain Karthikeyan crashed out of the season-ending Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on Sunday after his car hit a barrier in the 29th lap. The Jordan d ...  | Read
Thank God we are not blind

Russian defence minister after the close shave
Song & dance about age of universe
When pop singer Katie Melua claimed in her hit song, Nine Million Bicycles, that the universe ...  | Read..
Hint of Advani hand in Uma rebellion
Lal Krishna Advani seems determined not to quit as the BJP president without a fight, said Sang ...  | Read..