The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Terror binds India and Pak
A single act of terrorism has united India and Pakistan in grief with three pilgrims from Andhra Pradesh and 11 from Pakistan massacred in Iraq as they travelled to Karbala, one of Shia Muslims’ holiest sites. ...  | Read.. 
Children‘sold’ to beg
A couple caused a sensation at Barharwa (Sahebganj) last week by informing the police that they had willingly handed over their physically-challenged son to a middleman, ...  | Read.. 
Naked ragging of aspiring doctors
At other times they would have sprinted up the two flights of stairs. But last Thursday, the circumstances were different. ...  | Read.. 
Time for bisarjan in Thames
Idols take shape at British Museum for procession
Construction of Durga by craftsmen brought from Bengal is well under way at the British Museum as part of Voices of Bengal, the biggest-ever projection of the culture of the ...  | Read.. 
Sporting a helmet gifted by Italian firefighters, director Oliver Stone and actress Maria Bello arrive for the screening of their movie, World Trad ...  | Read
We see the hand of al Qaida in the gruesome killings

Muzaffar Ali
relative of an Indian pilgrim
GMCH official held in pension scam
Police today busted a pension withdrawal racket that has been flourishing at the Gauhati Medica ...  | Read..
Lalu loses wireless ear
Lalu Prasad will have to tune down his link to his former fief. Literally. ...  | Read..