The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Guilty or innocent' Let accused speak
India might change its criminal law principle that an accused is “presumed to be innocent” until proven guilty — carried over from the Anglo-Saxon legal system imposed during colonial rule — if the recommendations of the Justice V.C. Malimath Committee appointed to review criminal laws are accepted ...  | Read.. 
Bokaro tech varsity in pipeline
The Jharkhand science and technology department today forwarded to chief minister Arjun Munda a proposal for setting up a technical university in Bokaro that will offer d ...  | Read.. 
Three of a family down with virus
With three Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) cases reported from Pune, the threat from the coronavirus in India has become serious. The number of SARS patients, af ...  | Read.. 
Why did you do this' A mother asks Bush
My husband is not Saddam, my children are not Saddam: Karina cries out in Baghdad hospital
Only the dead have seen the end of war — Old Arab saying ...  | Read.. 
Eleven-year-old Zeena Hussein sits in an empty classroom at Qairuran school at Kirkuk in Iraq. Teachers said it has been open for three days but only ...  | Read
Whatever the rights and wrongs of war, children are always the innocent victims

Kartik & Ganesh for Bush, Saddam
Want to see Saddam go up in smoke' Take a ‘straw’ Ganesh, yank off the trunk, brushstroke the bat ...  | Read..
Blackwill leaves in war cloud over relations
Robert Blackwill, the “pro-Indian” US ambassador to Delhi, is believed to have been asked to re ...  | Read..
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Govt push for police powers to CBI
The CBI can act as a Central law enforcement agency till such time as ...   | Read.. 
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CPM-babus versus CM-babu versus Mamata
The challenge from Mamata Banerjee and her lost-and-found saffron ally ...   | Read.. 
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US official vows to build new Iraq
US administrator Jay Garner made his first visit to Baghdad today, pledgin ...   | Read.. 
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India, SA share honours
Makhaya Ntini breaking into an impromptu jig, Shaun Pollock playing to ...   | Read.. 
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Close encounters of winged kind
For pilots at the city airport, it’s now one eye on the runway and another ...   | Read.. 
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After Vajpayee’s visit
A crowd of 20,000 was drummed up for the prime minister in Srinagar where h ...   | Read.. 
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Sale of cellular licences on the agenda
Reliance Industries is likely to restructure its telecom companies shortly ...   | Read.. 
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Nayar-in-crutches goes diaper shopping with Liz
Arun Nayar, currently the most famous Indian in the world — at least, ...   | Read..