The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Chat lively, play limp
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sharad Pawar, saw it in Islamabad; secretary Niranjan Shah and Team India manager Raj Singh Dungarpur at the Gaddafi. ...  | Read.. 
Feb take-off, with snacks and a surprise
By mid-February, another new airline will take to the skies. ...  | Read.. 
1000 moons & thank you
In what is being billed as the Sangh’s expression of gratitude to a pracharak who took its ideology into politics and has hung his boots after 54 years of fighting elections, the RSS will accord Atal Bihari V ...  | Read.. 
King deals fake China card
All sides, except palace, laugh off bid to pressure India
The Nepalese capital used to be a gambler’s delight. Because of the Maoist insurgency, that is no longer the case. ...  | Read.. 
Jehangir Sheikh breaks down on hearing that his father Abdul Kasim Sheikh had died in Thursday's Haj stampede. Kasim, a farmer from Canning, was among ...  | Read
It was nothing, we were just discussing cricket

on animated discussion with Dravid and Ganguly
College student saves man who lay dying on street
Amal Krishna Talukdar might have died in the street surrounded by a large group of spectators had y ...  | Read..
Minister job in line of fire
Law minister Hans Raj Bhardwaj looks like on the way to becoming the second ministerial casualt ...  | Read..