The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Seat of power banishes colas
The report alleging pesticides content in 12 soft drinks at higher than permissible levels blew up in the face of Coca-Cola and Pepsi with Parliament banning the so-called dirty dozen on its premises. ...  | Read.. 
Citu roars and tries to rally other unions
The Citu has threatened to reply with “another strike” and its parent CPM has decided to hit the streets to build “public opinion” against the Supreme Court ruling that declared strikes by government employees illegal. ...  | Read.. 
Payback time for
Sayyam se kaam lena chahiye, dhan ka laalach nahin karna chahiye, praja ke liye tyaag ki bhavna rakhni chaahiye (Everything should be accomplished with restraint, nobody should hanker after wealth and a ruler sho ...  | Read.. 
Strike test for political CEOs
Supreme Court loads gun but trigger with governments
The Supreme Court has formally declared that government employees and trade unions have no “legal, fundamental or moral right” to go on strike, but the verdict’s enforcement ...  | Read.. 
Sufferer is the society — public at large

on strike
Cancer sludge deepens in Kerala
Bad news upon bad news came bubbling out of Coca-Cola’s bottle of trouble with the state pollution ...  | Read..
Coke shuts up,
Top executives of Coke and Pepsi went into separate huddles as they scrambled to find a way to ...  | Read..
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SC strikes blow for citizens’ rights
The Supreme Court today brought its hammer down firmly on strikes in a ...   | Read.. 
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Big deal boost for leather complex
From Milan to Bantala may be too much to expect, but Buddhadeb Bhattac ...   | Read.. 
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Bali whiff in Jakarta blast
Police hunting for clues on who blew up a US-run luxury hotel in the Indon ...   | Read.. 
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Phase I sans cricket
With Brijesh Patel in the chair, the national selectors have already p ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Unions battle it out for turf
In 2001, workers in Baranagar had burnt to death an industry manager. Recen ...   | Read.. 
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Currency conundrums
The Chinese currency is under assault — both verbal and speculative....   | Read.. 
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Better deal in contract job legislation
In a controversial move, the government is planning to bring in a new cont ...   | Read..