The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Greatest one-day ever
Cricket history was made twice in a day when Australia passed the 400-run barrier only to watch in shock as South Africa hit 438 for 9 to win with a ball to spare. ...  | Read.. 
More flak for forces in Manipur
Walking from one controversy to another, government forces in Manipur today faced frenzied protests in Bishenpur and Chandel districts over a woman’s arrest and the ...  | Read.. 
Maoists say sorry, snatch cops
Maoists have apologised to the tribals of Chhattisgarh for the landmine blast on February 28 in which over 30 people died. But the rebels threatened to intensify attacks on a government-backed anti-Naxalite group. ...  | Read.. 
Poultry farmer suicide
Business collapses after bird flu scare
The bird flu scare in Bengal claimed its first human victim today with the death of a 45-year-old poultry farmer who had drunk poison on Friday after his business collapsed. ...  | Read.. 
South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs rejoices after his team's win against Australia in Johannesburg on Sunday. (AFP)
Greatest one-day ever
This knock of 434 is the greatest in the ODIs and might not be conquered ever

before South Africa defeated Australia
Textile scion charged with rape
A 26-year-old youth from a textile business family has been charged with raping a ...  | Read..
Clerics tell rebels not to use Prophet’s name
Islamic clerics have for the first time in the country asked militant organisations not to name ...  | Read..