The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dirt pierces Pak diplomacy cover
In a sign of the depths India-Pakistan relations have plumbed, Islamabad’s charge d’affaires in Delhi, Jalil Abbas Jilani, was today named in the first information report on the arrest of two Kashmir activists on charges of accepting money for terrorist activities. ...  | Read.. 
Jharkhand fiscal alert
Public Accounts Committee chairman and RJD legislator Girinath Singh today warned that Jharkhand was heading for a virtual fiscal collapse following an abnormal rise in g ...  | Read.. 
Signal for Bodo accord
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today announced that the much-awaited accord on constitution of a new administrative set-up for the Bodo heartland was likely to be signed wi ...  | Read.. 
Sabera girls in star war shadow
Sponsors disappear after celebrity ranks split over charges against Indian arm
A super-celebrity tug-of-war is stretching from an obscure corner of Calcutta to Beverly Hills, California. ...  | Read.. 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair, busy on Friday trying his hand at carpet-bowling (AFP picture above), had egg on his face after chunks of an “intel ...  | Read
The campaign was part of a strategy by the BJP government... to whip up anti-Pakistan hysteria for electoral gains

Hungry boys begin hunt for Cup of changes
The flavour of this season, quite clearly, is the World Cup. ...  | Read..
Paedophile priest in dock
Rev. Father Francis Nelson is disproving the logic behind the proverb that setting a thief to catch ...  | Read..
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Sangh backs Atal on Ayodhya
Praveen Togadia has been pulled up by the BJP brass for terming the Ra ...   | Read.. 
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CPM leaders held for twin bus loots
The orgy of looting and molestation of women passengers of two buses r ...   | Read.. 
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Plagiarised dossier blows up on Blair
British Prime Minister Tony Blair was accused today of playing the same pr ...   | Read.. 
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Sachin Tendulkar at No. 3 no experiment
Barring a rethink, it’s confirmed that World Cup 2003 will see Sachin Tend ...   | Read.. 
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Keep an eye on your kids’ sight
Anjali, a Class II student of a Sealdah school, had trouble seeing the writ ...   | Read.. 
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India’s founding foreigners
it parodies the myth of an undying Netaji, it ridicules the absurdities of ...   | Read.. 
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Lifetime concerns in budget
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee has directed finance minister Jas ...   | Read.. 
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The ultimate selloff catch
Could Italy put the Colosseum, once the site of bloody battles between gla ...   | Read..