The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Indians hurt in al Qaida strike
Two Indians were among over a hundred injured when suspected al Qaida suicide bombers posing as Saudi police blew up their explosives-laden car in a Riyadh compound housing mostly Arab foreigners, tearing it apart and killing 11 people. ...  | Read.. 
Teachers unite to end ‘anarchy’
Over 2.5 lakh Assam teachers from the primary school to the university level today decided to form a federation of their associations and launch a campaign against “anarc ...  | Read.. 
Naidu rings poll bell for party
The Andhra Pradesh chief minister today announced his intention to go for early polls, coming clean for the first time since he hinted at riding the “sympathy wave” generated by last month’s Naxalite attack on him. ...  | Read.. 
Top London PR firm sells India
Mandate given to showcase economic achievements
The Indian government has been working closely for the last six months with Financial Dynamics, one of Britain’s top public relations firms, to project the country and especi ...  | Read.. 
A TV grab shows an injured man in hospital after the blast in Riyadh. (AP)
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Prospect of British aid flood
The British government’s development aid agency is likely to raise its assistance to Bengal by ...  | Read..
Testing time for IIMs with Joshi
Three of the country’s top business schools sniff another attempt to extend government control ...  | Read..
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Speaker and media in war of words
Protests against the Assembly’s sentencing of six senior journalists i ...   | Read.. 
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Mamata puts mayor on notice
Mamata Banerjee today served a virtual ultimatum to mayor Subrata Mukh ...   | Read.. 
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Peace trap laid for Chandrika
The Sri Lankan government, in a power struggle with the island’s President ...   | Read.. 
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Ashish Nehra set to play versus Australia
Barring a rethink, there will be four comebacks when a cornered Team I ...   | Read.. 
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Strife shadow on empty-class cry
SO, HIT THE ROAD ...   | Read.. 
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BRIC is the future
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India ...   | Read.. 
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Number trap laid for bill dodgers
Compulsive bill payment defaulters had better watch out. The system is get ...   | Read.. 
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Jolie’s movie romance breaks aid workers’ heart
A new Hollywood film that shows aid workers gun-running for the CIA has be ...   | Read..