The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Take-off with trade & terror treaty
South Asian foreign ministers reached an historic agreement on New Year’s Day to put in place a free trade arrangement in the region by 2006. ...  | Read.. 
Senbo ransack after boy death
A mob went on the rampage after a teenager returning from a picnic was run over by a truck belonging to a construction company carrying out Metro expansion work near the ...  | Read.. 
Resumed air link reunites relatives
The severed air link between India and Pakistan was restored today at 4 pm when a Pakistan International Airlines plane touched down at the airport here with 41 passengers from Lahore on board. ...  | Read.. 
Waugh raises India clash to Ashes class
Sourav says Aussie captain’s comment is recognition of team’s progress
On the eve of the showdown of this season, Steve Waugh expressed the hope that, in time, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy will be “as special as the Ashes”. He was speaking ...  | Read.. 
A Kashmiri lady and a policewoman warm their hands at a peace rally in Srinagar. (AFP)
The Australia versus India rivalry definitely has the potential to be the next Ashes

Sonia on line to Mayavati
Sonia Gandhi today inched closer to embracing the Bahujan Samaj Party as a poll ally, hours aft ...  | Read..
Brajesh touches Advani base
In an attempt at consensus-building within the government on the stand India should take with P ...  | Read..
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Peace push, from air, ground & far away
Ahead of next week’s South Asian summit in Islamabad, the US is quietl ...   | Read.. 
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Health plan on the anvil, panel in place
Mounting popular mistrust of healthcare in the state and a rap from th ...   | Read.. 
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Hope springs from horror
A senior Iranian official said today Washington’s decision to ease some sa ...   | Read.. 
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A slice of home on New Year’s Eve
If Team India captain Sourav Ganguly is ‘missing’ being mobbed in the ...   | Read.. 
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At home in office far from office
“Please don’t come to office” — the message from the management is not nece ...   | Read.. 
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Cement down the spine
In early 1991, when the ramshackle Chandra Shekhar government was at the he ...   | Read.. 
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Poll prod to vote-on-account
The Bharatiya Janata Party-led coalition government does not favour coming ...   | Read.. 
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Banish metrosexual to the subway
Calling all metrosexuals: get rid of that bling-bling — or at least find ...   | Read..