The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Barbed wire to tie border snake
The army has begun putting up walls of barbed wire on stretches running parallel to the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir during a major counter-insurgency drive codenamed “Operation Sarp Vinash” carried out from April 20 to May 18. ...  | Read.. 
Rein on Hizb
Pakistan today said the activities of the Hizb-ul Mujahideen, the largest militant group in Kashmir, had been restricted, but there was no ban on the organisation. ...  | Read.. 
Call for partition of Kashmir
The prime minister of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir today called for the partition of Kashmir along religious lines as a way to resolve its standoff with India over the territory. ...  | Read.. 
A hug, not a kiss, at Cannes
‘Long-lost’ Mumbai friends find each other & Vivek won’t let go
For a couple who are allegedly not a couple, they behaved very much like a couple. But then we are entering the Alice in Wonderland world of mirrors where Aishwarya Rai and V ...  | Read.. 
If one George can , so can another
Pakistan would never sideline the Kashmir issue

Drug glare on Mizoram staff
The Narcotics Control Bureau today kicked off a two-pronged probe — spanning Paris and Calcutta ...  | Read..
Party sings Buddha tune
Taking forward chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s call for cleansing the party, the CPM leade ...  | Read..
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Medha storms Digvijay deputy home
Frail but fiery Medha Patkar and her Narmada troops today took the Mad ...   | Read.. 
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Telecom crores squandered
Financial irregularities worth Rs 61.08 crore have been detected in th ...   | Read.. 
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Mission holiday in Saudi strike fear
The US and Britain said today they were closing their embassies and other ...   | Read.. 
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Shoaib faces 4-8 match ban
Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar could face a four to eight match ban fo ...   | Read.. 
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Ignored neighbours
The author is former foreign secretary of India ...   | Read.. 
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Bharti builds network muscle
Bharti Tele-Ventures, the cellular service leader in a close contest, has ...   | Read..