The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
PM takes reform & Left in stride
Even as the spotlight in India is on Manmohan Singh's meeting with President George W. Bush on Tuesday, another summit, bigger in scope and perhaps more significant for India in the long run, is being quietly prepared for the Prime Minister. ...  | Read.. 
Aussie bouncer in TV tussle
Cricket authorities added new urgency to a settlement of the telecast dispute, saying the Australian team's tour of India itself had come under threat from the lingering ...  | Read.. 
Indian migrants stuck in Africa
Nearly 70 Indians have been left stranded in the no-man's land bordering Mauritania and south-western Algeria while trying to cross over illegally, in a fresh headache for the government after the recent Iraq hostage cri ...  | Read.. 
Father of unborn child counts his losses
Forsaken husband in shock, family blames girl's stepmother for separation
Mohammad Arif has got back his Gudiya, but the man from whom he wrested her away could end up losing yet again ' this time his own flesh and blood. ...  | Read.. 
A rocket carrying Isro's educational satellite, Edusat, being launched on Monday. Officials said the satellite would revolutionise access to education in the country. (PTI)
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Kashmir echo in east
The Centre has put together a unified headquarters for Manipur that is being shaped on the line ...  | Read..
Bengal on lips to stress change
Manmohan Singh today assured British captains of industry that the Left would not derail the econom ...  | Read..
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Consensus or contest, Pawar is game
Election to the country's top cricket administrator's post has become ...   | Read.. 
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Intelligence alert on ISI operations
The intelligence branch has sounded a fresh alarm on the increasing ac ...   | Read.. 
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No news of hostages as deadline expires
An execution deadline for two Americans and a Briton kidnapped by militant ...   | Read.. 
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It's back to the drawing board
'To emerge better and stronger, draw inspiration from the past' was th ...   | Read.. 
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Death strikes on school route
Sakshi Sharma, 8, stepped out of her apartment complex at Teghoria around 7 ...   | Read.. 
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War by other means
Looking for the first use of the telegraph, I remembered...   | Read.. 
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Reliance polymers cheaper
Reliance Industries (RIL) today announced a price reduction of Rs 2,000 pe ...   | Read.. 
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Teen soul singer with world at her feet
Joss Stone is an ordinary teenager. She hangs out with friends, chats ...   | Read..