The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sink: Mamata or Salim
As Mamata Banerjee today introduces the concept of an afternoon shutdown in Calcutta’s rich bandh lexicon, more than traffic will be at stake, not the least of which is her own political career. ...  | Read.. 
Telecast rights
Doordarshan has asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India for terrestrial rights to show the seven ODIs and three Tests against Sri Lanka. ...  | Read.. 
Council eye on textbooks
The Centre will introduce legislation to set up a Textbook Council that will vet controversial textbooks published by organisations propagating religious fundamentalism. ...  | Read.. 
A dash of Roche Tonyc for Sania
Federer’s coach to take a look at Indian sensation around Christmas
Come Christmas, when the world swings in merriment, Sania Mirza will be swinging her racquet under the watchful eyes of Tony Roche in Sydney. ...  | Read.. 
Sourav Ganguly takes the field on Thursday at Rajkot in one of the most important matches of his life, but the Duleep Trophy tie against North Zone will not be on TV
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Asked by the judge for his full name
Wet 48 hours loom
Heavy rain lashed Calcutta and some other parts of Bengal this evening with the Met office pred ...  | Read..
VIP frees brother in poll dock
A Union minister has been sucked into a controversy with police saying he got his brother, a ca ...  | Read..