The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
123 to 456, US rubs salt into Karat cut
US ambassador David Mulford today underlined that “time is of the essence” and “we must take the last steps” to finalise the 123 Agreement and then go on to “456” — his new coinage to describe a “comprehensive relationship” between India and America. ...  | Read.. 
Indian lifeline for Canada towns
Acquisitions such as Corus by Tata Steel may make global headlines but similar, albeit smaller, investments here by Indian companies are providing a lifeline for some tow ...  | Read.. 
Sonia jet in air-miss
A special air force jet carrying Sonia Gandhi came within 1,000ft of a Virgin Atlantic flight last week but civil aviation officials said the “air-miss” posed no danger. ...  | Read.. 
Fossil fame chases Samaritan scientist
Priceless find named after Indian
A pioneering Indian scientist who gave up a career in the West to build a village school in India has had the world’s oldest fossils of multi-celled animals named after ...  | Read.. 
Sachin Tendulkar plays an exhibition match at the Sunfeast Open in Calcutta on Tuesday. The star batsman and his doubles partner, Russia’s Maria Kirilenko, beat Mahesh Bhupathi and Bhaichung Bhutia. Picture by Santosh Ghosh
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Sania Mirza
Mob overpowers troops in Manipur
The army act grants them special powers, but a posse of Assam Rifles personnel were rendered po ...  | Read..
Cap for cool and calm Dhoni
Nobody will go on record, but a lack of support from key Board of Control for Cricket in India ...  | Read..