The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Court stirs no-vote debate
The vote-for-none option floated ahead of last May's general elections sprung back to life today with the poll panel rooting for it in court and the Supreme Court asking for documents on countries that have adopted it so that it can form an opinion. ...  | Read.. 
Bihar children on warpath over kidnap
Bihar today woke up to a snowballing movement spearheaded by children demanding the release of a kidnapped boy and went to bed with the stunning news that another student has disappeared. ...  | Read.. 
Americans on terror law recce
American legal experts are in Gujarat to find fodder for their campaign against a draconian anti-terror law enacted in their country after 9/11. ...  | Read.. 
Hello cabbie, did I leave my mobile'
Passengers forget digital devices in taxis by thousands, says survey
Yesterday, Sharmistha Majumdar left her cellphone behind in a taxi in which she and her husband returned home after a meal at a restaurant in Calcutta's Chinatown. ...  | Read.. 
March to my tune: Holding a flute, a girl walks in front of policemen during a full dress rehearsal for the Republic Day parade in Jammu on Monday. (Reuters)
I decided to take part at any cost and now I am glad that I took the right decision

revealing an injury before the Australian Open
Manhunt for Maybach dad
Gutka king yesterday, wanted by Interpol today. ...  | Read..
Talks to keep peace on course
The commanding officers of the Indian and Pakistani battalions who are eyeball to eyeball on ...  | Read..
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Desam MLA murder ignites Andhra
The murder of a Telugu Desam Party MLA has left Andhra Pradesh bleeding. ...   | Read.. 
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Dropout dad nails tutors
Shasthi Pal may be a Class X dropout, but that did not deter him from ...   | Read.. 
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Survivors rattled by fresh quake
Fresh earthquakes in Asia today rattled traumatised survivors of last mont ...   | Read.. 
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PCB: Allegation a closed chapter
Declaring allegations that a member of the Pakistani cricket team had ...   | Read.. 
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Fashion in frumpy dress
A model struts the ramp with a giant cardboard cut-out of a nail varnish on ...   | Read.. 
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The Afghan story
There was a time, not too long ago, when Afghanistan made front pages. Tali ...   | Read.. 
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Anil raises telecom-stake pitch
Anil Ambani wants the stake of Reliance Industries (RIL) in Reliance I ...   | Read.. 
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Mr Beige turns Signor Couture
The Italian designer Giorgio Armani, who revolutionised women's fashio ...   | Read..