The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dial cellular and pay fixed line charges
Forget the frumpy old phone that doesn’t move with the mover. Cellphone rates are dropping to levels you pay for fixed lines. ...  | Read.. 
Northeast demands salary hike cushion
Northeastern states demanded more Central assistance to meet the additional requirements caused by a pay and dearness allowance revision at a meeting of chief ministers with ...  | Read.. 
Pak linked to ‘rogue’ nuclear mission
The Bush administration which has been caught off guard by Pyongyang’s admission of a clandestine nuclear programme faces more trouble in its path with a chorus here that ...  | Read.. 
World Bank defers aid after tribal cry
The World Bank has deferred financing the Rs 1,177-crore Jharkhand Social Forestry Project, following hectic lobbying by tribal leaders to ensure that finances to the state a ...  | Read.. 
A baby’s life worth Rs 10000
Doctor found negligent, parents’ lawyers not satisfied
After a six-year battle against medical negligence, Krishna and Ramshankar Hazra were awarded Rs 10,000 as compensation for the death of their five-month-old son. ...  | Read.. 
Dial cellular and pay fixed line charges
The government will have to show if it can arrest me

DA brake, debt deal run into trouble
Most states have closed ranks to torpedo the Centre’s proposal to freeze dearness allowance, as wel ...  | Read..
Thackeray throws
Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray today virtually dared the government to arrest him in a hatred ca ...  | Read..
Nation More.. 
America draws roadmap to talks
Encouraged by India’s decision to withdraw troops from the internation ...   | Read.. 
Bengal More.. 
Asim seeks right to tax boom sectors
Bengal today deftly played out a demand for powers to tax the insuranc ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
Megawati begins legal strikeback on terror
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri signed two emergency anti-terro ...   | Read.. 
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WI check Indian progress
The grim faces in the Indian dressing room said it all. The home team’s ch ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Club ‘coup’ rocks jailhouse
They stormed the police outpost; they smashed open the lock-up; they esc ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Not to be repeated
that he would be guided, instead, by common sense and discretion. ...   | Read.. 
Business More.. 
Wipro bottomline trail pales
Wipro today unveiled a modest 2 per cent rise in second-quarter net profit ...   | Read..