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‘Shame’ label on rushed law
Amid cries of “shame, shame” from the Opposition, the government today abruptly ended the Parliament session to bring an ordinance to prevent an array of MPs, including Sonia Gandhi and Speaker Somnath Chatterjee, from being disqualified. ...  | Read.. 
 
Merit-over-money message in RS list
When Sonia Gandhi does not give R.P. Goenka, who is a businessman but who also is a traditional Congress supporter, an extension in the Rajya Sabha, political observers see in it a message. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez picks friendly ‘Gen. Shanti’ for US
India may finally have a friend as Pakistan’s new ambassador to the US. ...  | Read.. 
 
Freddie fries India post lunch
Coach Greg Chappell and the selectors have been so obsessed with building a team for the future that they’ve forgotten about the present. After what happened at the Wank ...  | Read.. 
 
LET THERE BE LIGHT: On Wednesday morning, The Telegraph Metro had carried photographs of four stretches with no streetlights. By evening, the lights ...  | Read
 
 
Series draw against India is almost as big as Ashes win

Duncan Fletcher
England coach
Jessica case comes alive on appeal
Delhi High Court today admitted an appeal by police against the Jessica Lal murder mass acquitt ...  | Read..
Lifetime lock on tariff
The telecom regulator today announced that mobile phone service providers will not be allowed t ...  | Read..