The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Under a blazing sun, winding queues with expectant faces
If one so desired, one could spend the whole of a West London election day drinking beer in the World's End Pub, Chelsea. If it took your fancy, you could slip out between pints and cast your vote at the polling station down the road in all of five m...  | Read.. 
Saltlec biggies on break
It was business unusual in pockets of Salt Lake's Sector V on election day....  | Read.. 
Poll hiccup at popular hangouts
It was poll paralysis for Calcutta's retail racks and cineplex seats, as most shop stops went on half-day mode on Thursday to...  | Read.. 
Leaders or bullies in school
A rising trend of students domineering over peers has the authorities of several reputed schools in Calcutta worried. ...  | Read.. 
Library venue for ceremonies
The 95-year-old Budge Budge Public Library, which once organised a civic reception for Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, is now bei...  | Read.. 
Youths in tech prize quest
If you thought ATMs only dished out cash, think again. ...  | Read.. 
Tears at rare honour
Kamar Ali was performing the simple task of laying a brick, but he was overcome with emotion. The silver-haired employee of C...  | Read.. 
Metro catches up with the Calcutta electorate on poll day
Hello, it's Friday, April 28, 2006
On stage
Hard Talk
Fare fair
What's on in town More.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Penelope Cruz You are capable of deep concentration and hard work. You have an eye for beau ...Read.. 
  Lax collection a toll on state coffers
  Locked to death
  Puff peril
Meet the super six
pBeauty BIZ: Bridgette Jones just gifted the city its finest beauty address...  | Read.. 
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Net tickets for Indian flights
Pre-poll security drive
Medical meet
Upkeep fallout
Train schedule
Bombs haul
Screen On & Off
The most political of 'em all