The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Summer target for autonomy
The autonomy and devolution dialogue in Jammu and Kashmir should be concluded with the new government in Srinagar before May-June next year, according to sources in the government. ...  | Read.. 
Second victory goes sour for Sunita
There may have been a faint ray of hope for Sunita Rani on Sunday. But after testing positive in the 5,000 metres also, all escape routes for the Indian distance runner have ...  | Read.. 
Omar resigns
Omar Abdullah today put in his papers as minister of state for external affairs. ...  | Read.. 
Cong turns up heat
The Congress today declared that it would form the next government in Jammu and Kashmir, but left the formal bid to be made tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
Durga as a Vaishnavi at a puja at Barisha in Behala. Art students of the locality made the unusual pagoda-style pandal that won organisers of this mai ...  | Read
Bombed, Indonesia lifts veil on al Qaida
Indonesia has linked the al Qaida network to the Bali bomb explosions that killed 181 people, conce ...  | Read..
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Pullback awaits justification ammo
The boys may be back home by Diwali but it is not yet time to bring ou ...   | Read.. 
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Nowhere Mamata refloats mahajot
Trinamul Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has finally convened a working ...   | Read.. 
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Fax carries Osama sign and strike spectre
The world’s most wanted man, Osama bin Laden, today reportedly praised ...   | Read.. 
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Scorn, ridicule for Sunita
The mood in the Indian camp has undergone a sea-change overnight. Till ...   | Read.. 
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Claps and raps in revelry report card
Kasba was the place to be, with sugarcane, long-playing records and biscuit ...   | Read.. 
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Fascism, Chennai style
The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Neh ...   | Read.. 
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LIC peers over the Great Wall
Life Insurance Corporation (LIC)— the country’s largest life insurer with ...   | Read..