The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dawood brother in Dubai net
India’s most wanted fugitive Dawood Ibrahim’s brother Anees Ibrahim has been held in Dubai after he reached the Emirate from Pakistan, holding out before the government a tantalising opportunity to claim the biggest breakthrough yet in the Bombay blasts case. ...  | Read.. 
Court shock to power minister
Efforts by energy minister Lalchand Mahto to reconstitute the Jharkhand State Electricity Board and replace chairman Rajiv Ranjan suffered a setback after the Supreme Cou ...  | Read.. 
Former rebel kills cop in SP’s office
A surrendered militant today went berserk inside the North Cachar Hills police chief’s office, killing a bodyguard after snatching his gun and seriously inj ...  | Read.. 
Strike rethink after court fee rollback
The Bengal government has circulated copies of a Bill almost halving the increase in court fees, offering lawyers an opening to call of their strike which entered its 27t ...  | Read.. 
Take it or leave it, ICC
Board suggests formula to end Player Terms impasse
To ensure a smooth launch of the February-March World Cup, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to embrace a take-or-leave Player Terms package suggested by ...  | Read.. 
Dawood brother in Dubai net
I hope that the UAE government is going to extend all cooperation in extraditing Anees Ibrahim

Atal blank cheque to Gujarat
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s campaign for Narendra Modi in Gujarat wound up late tonig ...  | Read..
The invisible American hand
Neither side will want to acknowledge the fact, but without the active participati ...  | Read..
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New enemy brings Gandhians back to the battlefield
A rare phenomenon of this election in Gujarat is the political activis ...   | Read.. 
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Bonded boys flee heartland landlord
Like cattle, they were herded into a room, thrashed and held captive f ...   | Read.. 
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UN nuke powers to get uncut Iraq dossier
The UN will give the US, Britain, France, Russia and China an uncut copy o ...   | Read.. 
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We’re not intimidated by Bond: Sourav
Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly on Monday dismissed any notion h ...   | Read.. 
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Job boom back at tech firms
The worst is over. Push back pink slips, it’s appointment-letter tim ...   | Read.. 
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Technically bilateral
The author is former foreign secretary of India ...   | Read.. 
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Selloff thrust before norms in place
Disinvestment minister Arun Shourie today formally announced that the gove ...   | Read.. 
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Shania Up! to Indian music
Shania Twain has gone desi. ...   | Read..