The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pulled up, Delhi pushes Dhaka
The spark lit by deputy Prime Minister L.K. Advani has touched off a diplomatic spat between India and Bangladesh with Dhaka today summoning the Indian envoy to lodge a formal protest and Delhi sticking to its guns. ...  | Read.. 
Birthday breather for Samata
With the Samata Party national executive announcing the dates for next year’s organisational elections, party president and excise minister Ramesh Singh Munda has got a n ...  | Read.. 
Minority front heat on Gogoi
The United Minorities Front (UMF) of Assam today accused police of “harassing” the Amir-e-Shariat, the religious head of the Muslims of the Northeast, on suspicion that he wa ...  | Read.. 
Hunt after trawlers shoot and scoot
A multi-pronged operation — on water and from air — has been launched to trace several fishing trawlers, suspected to be from Thailand, which allegedly opened fire on fis ...  | Read.. 
Neighbour’s gift, India’s pride
National emblem traced to officer who became Pak commander
A former army commander of Pakistan gifted to India a symbol the country wears with pride — its national emblem. Habibullah Khan K ...  | Read.. 
Policemen stand outside the venue of the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee elections in the Golden Temple complex in Amritsar. In the surcharged ...  | Read
I liked this view

on Amartya Sen’s observation linking education and development
Comrade vs comrade puzzle
If Marxists love to talk of contradictions, the Chinese communists seem to have perfected it to ...  | Read..
21 years on, 21.75 teacher gets dues: marching orders
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s government, it appears, is now loath to part with even the Rs 21.75 i ...  | Read..
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Governance lessons for Sonia
The real objective of the chief ministers’ conference was not to monit ...   | Read.. 
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EU unveils programmes to prop education and health
The European Union is poised to intensify its involvement with India t ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
Long live reform, if it is not political
Economic reforms, yes; political reforms, no. Jiang Zemin’s political ...   | Read.. 
Sport More.. 
McGrath & Co. run over Hussain’s England
Australia crushed England by 384 runs to win the opening Ashes Test in ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Delhi boards read review script
With Madhyamik and Higher Secondary leading the way, can ICSE and CBSE be l ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Package of goodies
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India ...   | Read.. 
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FIIs stay logged on to infotech
Foreign institutional investors (FII) do not seem to have lost appetit ...   | Read.. 
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Nicole swept away by The Hours spent as Virginia Woolf
It was both an unlikely and inspired piece of casting. For his follow- ...   | Read..