The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Space science in the lord's hands
If the rocket crashes tomorrow, blame Lord Balaji. Indian space scientists placed miniature replicas of the rocket that is set to blast off tomorrow morning from the Sriharikota spaceport and the two satellites it would carry at a shrine to the god for his blessings ...  | Read.. 
Pranab sticks to Phukan plane facts
George Fernandes extended favours to Justice S.N. Phukan who was investigating defence deals the former defence minister had approved. ...  | Read.. 
Zahira behind veil of silence
She came covered in a black burqa and left with the truth still shrouded in a veil. At her appearance before the Nanavati-Shah Commission today, Best Bakery witness Zahira Sheikh just refused to answer questions. ...  | Read.. 
Invasion from Haldia
Iran loss may be Purnendu gain in Basell
A Purnendu Chatterjee-led group was tonight locked in final negotiations to sew up the takeover of the Dutch company Basell in what would be the biggest foreign acquisition i ...  | Read.. 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Elstree Aerodrome, near London, on the last day of election campaigning on Wednesday. (Reuters)
The Phukan commission report is a case of cover-up and match-fixing

Gang shoots lady in cell shop
A gang of four walked into a cellphone shop off a busy road in south Calcutta this afternoon an ...  | Read..
Banking reforms in bill wave
In a meeting late tonight, the government cleared 11 bills to be placed in this sitting of Parl ...  | Read..
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Jail tolls for rapist, not wedding bells
A ward boy who raped and partly blinded a nurse in a Delhi hospital an ...   | Read.. 
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Bail bell rings, after 21 years in jail
After 21 years in a dark and dingy cell, a ray of hope is in sight for ...   | Read.. 
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Pak catches Qaida number three
Pakistani security forces, with help from US intelligence, have arrested a ...   | Read.. 
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Big blow to EB's hattrick hopes
Mahindra United shocked East Bengal on Wednesday by a lone second-half ...   | Read.. 
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Two too soon to be taught
The rat race ' where the child is both prize and participant ' is getting y ...   | Read.. 
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Self-interest and after
The author is former high commissioner to Bangladesh and ambassador to Nep ...   | Read.. 
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Tatas in fresh telecom funding flurry
The Tatas will plough in Rs 33,000 crore in telecom by the end of this yea ...   | Read.. 
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Hollywood's hottest turn up the heat
The heat is on in Hollywood. ...   | Read..