The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
BPO blot in British backlash
In the backdrop of a strong backlash against outsourcing, Britain’s The Sun newspaper has published a story alleging that an IT worker in Delhi sold its reporter confidential information on bank accounts, credit card details and personal data of 1,000 British customers for $5,000. ...  | Read.. 
Role reversal in Raje land
Two years ago, Sonia Gandhi had braved the mid-summer desert heat to counter Vasundhara Raje’s “water offensive”. ...  | Read.. 
G4 calls for vote on UN reforms
India and three other members of the Group of Four (G4) countries bidding for permanent seats in the UN Security Council have decided to go for a vote on their draft resolution on UN reforms in July. ...  | Read.. 
Safety bill for women at home
Legislation protects wives, sisters and mothers
Women now have protection from domestic violence, with the cabinet today clearing a bill to end abuse at home. ...  | Read.. 
Kkaran Bahree with The Sun reporter. Picture courtesy The Sun.
BPO blot in British backlash
We cannot allow such infiltration (from Bangladesh). Enough is enough

Basu happy after Buddha chat
Angry nonagenarian Jyoti Basu was calmed today by chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee who me ...  | Read..
High alert, little alarm
Padlocked and patrolled by guards, the snazzy complex that carries the address where Kkaran Bah ...  | Read..
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Big four out of shuffle radar
The expected cabinet shuffle could happen next week but is likely to l ...   | Read.. 
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Negligence noose on doctor
A doctor who had refused to treat a child at 5 in the morning has bee ...   | Read.. 
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Bush cold-shoulders global warming plea
Unconvinced that the world is warming, President George W. Bush looks set ...   | Read.. 
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Ball now in Mani’s discretionary court
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has formally intimate ...   | Read.. 
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IT hub off Rajarhat to beat Rajarhat
Salt Lake is saturated. Present rates render Rajarhat non-viable. Enter, th ...   | Read.. 
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That long night of knives
Thirty years almost to the day since the proclamation of Indira Gandhi's Em ...   | Read.. 
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Dabhol revival vehicle set to roll
The special purpose vehicle (SPV) to revive the Dabhol power plant will b ...   | Read.. 
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Oscar shuts out stunts
The group that awards Hollywood’s Oscars yesterday tightened its rule ...   | Read..