The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Born in India, made of steel
Sania Mirza today transformed Indian tennis into cricket. She did become the first Indian woman to win an international tennis tournament but lost in that piece of statistic is the incredible effect she had on the masses and classes ringing the arena. Indian tennis had never seen or heard anything like this before: catcalls and whistles powered by ...  | Read.. 
Garden in trial by fire
Some 15 hours after the grisly killing of its owner, Gobindapur tea estate wears a deserted look. But for the chirping children, the silence enveloping the garden is that ...  | Read.. 
Fake encounter whiff
A pellet fired from a countrymade weapon has been recovered from the body of the driver who was injured in yesterday's encounter in which a businessman from Uttar Prades ...  | Read.. 
Manmohan bests Maggie
Oxford alumnus Dr Singh to get an honorary doctorate
Manmohan Singh is to be awarded an honorary degree by Oxford University, it was announced last night. The university, which can sometimes be very picky and prickly, has refused in the past to confer this signal honour on Margaret Thatcher and Zulfikar ...  | Read.. 
Sania leaps in joy after winning the WTA final in Hyderabad. (AFP) n See Sport
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