The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dinner and dash of cash for Buddha
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee met the Prime Minister over dinner tonight at the end of a successful day during which he received assurances of support for his industrialisation drive from central leaders. ...  | Read.. 
Singh sets up Hurriyat first date
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today invited moderate Hurriyat Conference leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq for talks early next week to resume the government’s stalled dialogue with Kashmir’s main political separatist ...  | Read.. 
Treasure in Birla Park hidden room
The treasure hunt kicked off by the bequeath battle between the Birla family and Rajendra Singh Lodha has led to a treasure trove in the heart of south Calcutta. ...  | Read.. 
Move over to machines
Peek into a reassuring past and an unsettling future
If Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 Space Odyssey and its central figure ' the renegade computer Hal ' left you with a deep sense of unease, you ain’t seen nothing yet. That ...  | Read.. 
Shoes lost during a stampede on a Baghdad bridge on Wednesday (AFP picture). Over 800 Iraqi Shias died in the rush provoked by rumours of a su ...  | Read
The upper castes grab all the benefits

Rahul Gandhi
on rural credit
Caste powder keg explodes
At least 50 houses belonging to Dalits were razed in a town in Haryana in one of the worst inst ...  | Read..
Protect your gene, be faithful
The exclusively male Y chromosome in humans has remained intact over the past six million years ...  | Read..
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Bihar court battle gets bigger
A five-member Constitution bench will decide whether the upcoming Biha ...   | Read.. 
Bengal More.. 
After HS syllabus, questions set for revamp
After the split in the higher secondary syllabus, question papers are ...   | Read.. 
International More.. 
Baghdad bridge stampede crushes 800
More than 800 Iraqi Shias died in a stampede over a Baghdad bridge provok ...   | Read.. 
Sport More.. 
Will century No. 35 be for World XI'
With Sachin Tendulkar becoming incommunicado (till late on Wednesday, ...   | Read.. 
Calcutta More.. 
Great Indian bogus band
A yellow rubber wristband with LIVESTRONG etched on the outside and Mad ...   | Read.. 
Opinion More.. 
Intellectual capital
The author is chancellor, North-eastern Hill University ...   | Read.. 
Business More.. 
Govt plans to sell 8% in Maruti
After backtracking on divestment because of strong Left opposition to the ...   | Read.. 
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Thinkers’ Gauloises goes up in smoke
The French writer, Jean-Paul Sartre, was rarely photographed without a ...   | Read..