The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Giant leap for space tourism
The privately-funded rocket plane SpaceShipOne flew to outer space and into history books today as the world’s first commercial manned space flight. ...  | Read.. 
EC brake on VIP victory parade, Congress claps
The Election Commission today stayed the declaration of Rajya Sabha election results in Uttar Pradesh and summoned the nomination papers of two Congress candidates which were rejected last Saturday. ...  | Read.. 
Midnight train mows down elephants
A speeding train knocked down three elephants on the outskirts of the Assam capital early today, highlighting the folly of laying a rail track through a known tusker corridor. ...  | Read.. 
Revealed: Clinton’s Kargil crisis secret
Autobiography says US intervention was not voluntary, prompted by Sharif
Contrary to common belief, President Bill Clinton did not intervene on his own in the Kargil dispute in 1999 to bring about a withdrawal of Pakistani forces and avert a wa ...  | Read.. 
The chemistry was pretty good

after meeting Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri
Safety in PF battle lies in no change
The government will continue to pay 9 per cent on investments in the Employees Provident Fund ( ...  | Read..
Modi past, Maharashtra future
All of last week, he engaged in an unusual skirmish with the BJP on Gujarat and whether Narendr ...  | Read..
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Lunch warm, hot plate ahead
The “warm and productive” meeting between foreign minister Natwar Singh an ...   | Read.. 
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Hospital funds hocus-pocus
Four years after the Centre granted the district Rs 20 lakh to set up ...   | Read.. 
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Hostage begs for life, Korea stands firm
Muslim militants in Iraq threatened to behead a South Korean hostage unles ...   | Read.. 
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Tim Henman is capable of reaching the final
After Tim Henman’s heroics on clay in the French Open earlier this month, w ...   | Read.. 
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Bite bonanza beckons on Bypass
Hungry, kya' Then just head for the Bypass. From phuchka to p ...   | Read.. 
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Japanese telegraph laws
The government of Japan passed a telegraph law on October 1, 1900 ...   | Read.. 
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LIC stocks up, to pour Rs 9000 cr into shares
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) will buy shares worth Rs 9,000 c ...   | Read.. 
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Marriage of high kicks & high notes
Guests to the wedding of Lakshmi Mittal’s daughter Vanisha were entertained ...   | Read..