The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak joins peace game with pinch
Pakistan today responded to India’s dozen peace proposals, accepting some, sidestepping the tricky ones and springing traps of its own. ...  | Read.. 
Expired blood for surgery
A patient was today given blood that expired 24 hours earlier at SSKM Hospital where a change at the top has not meant an end to the run of horrifying incidents. ...  | Read.. 
Court wants Telgi-cop tapes
Bombay High Court has asked the Karnataka government to rush along tape transcripts of conversations Abdul Karim Telgi allegedly had with senior police officials while in a Bangalore jail. ...  | Read.. 
Sun sends a hot-air headache
Bubble behemoth at breakneck speed can hit power, cellphones
A massive bubble of gas that could cause havoc with power grids and satellite systems hit the Earth’s magnetic field this morning and is likely to have the biggest impact in ...  | Read.. 
Pak joins peace game with pinch
What is the UN going to do on the roads which are meant for the common people'

Lecturer taken off death row
Delhi High Court today overturned a death sentence against a college lecturer and a jail term on a ...  | Read..
CM acts, over to Mamata
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee made his move today by unveiling a set of proposals to ...  | Read..
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Atal, Advani & Modi lead BJP line-up
The BJP has drawn up an itinerary for its top three campaign leaders i ...   | Read.. 
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Govt dials mayor for clinics’ clean-up
Stung by incidents of cats and dogs attacking infants and the infirm a ...   | Read.. 
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Red Cross plans partial pullout
The traditionally neutral Red Cross, reeling from a devastating car bomb a ...   | Read.. 
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Aggressive mind-set must: Imran
The tri-series is into its second week but, while the immediate attention ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Nine years to knot the noose
Nine years is a long time to make a move to hang a man, who raped a Class I ...   | Read.. 
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The irony of steel
Which is the world’s largest consumer of steel' Answer: China Question 2: ...   | Read.. 
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New levy on long-distance calls
Long-distance call costs will rise by Rs 1.10 a minute — but it isn't ...   | Read.. 
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Mothers are smart, brave and calm
Motherhood not only makes females smarter, it makes them calmer under pres ...   | Read..