The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A game too harsh for India
India’s cricket czar has promised harsh decisions after the loss to Sri Lanka. What will these harsh decisions be — a new coach, a new captain, or both' Or is it going to be a new team' ...  | Read.. 
Anomalies spark JPSC test boycott
Candidates writing a Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) exam in four centres of the state today boycotted the test alleging anomalies in the issuance of admit car ...  | Read.. 
SSB plugs gaps in Bhutan border
The Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) is setting up as many as 132 border outposts along the 699-km-long Indo-Bhutan border to prevent Ulfa militants and Maoists from sneaking in ...  | Read.. 
Marxist marketing disaster
Why CM could not get his message across in Nandigram
Don’t bother telling Khokan Sheet and his two brothers that the government has decided not to acquire land in Nandigram. ...  | Read.. 
(Left) Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar and his Bermuda counterpart Irvine Romaine walk off the tarpaulin-covered field at Queen’s Park Oval on Sunday. (AP)
A game too harsh for India
They (the Indian players) wished us good luck
Irvine Romaine
Bermuda captain
Pak team in London
The Pakistani cricket team, led by its captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq, and assistant coach Mushtaq Ahm ...  | Read..