The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Indians snatch diamond crown
A group of Indian expatriates has gained significant control over the world’s largest trade in uncut diamonds, fashioning a shift of power in the sector after a bitter battle with local Jewish traders. ...  | Read.. 
Scandal hits Cong
Linked to a murdered Patna call girl in a sensational crime report on television, Assam Congress veteran Sarat Barkatoky today accused “criminal-minded” party c ...  | Read.. 
Shot at finance shift
Ahead of the announcement of the election results, the CPM’s Bengal leadership will discuss on Wednesday the possible shape of a new Left Front government under Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. ...  | Read.. 
6 to 2, quota thumbs-down
Knowledge Commission divided on education reservation
The group assigned the job of making India a knowledge powerhouse today mirrored the reservation divide, with most of its members against the move to set aside seats for back ...  | Read.. 
Sachin Tendulkar and wife Anjali feed a cow as part of the gau puja the ace batsman performed at the Kukke Subramanya temple, 45 km from Mang ...  | Read
The last door has been slammed on the people of the Narmada valley

after the Supreme Court's decision
Tongue Twister
In 1998, if I remember correctly, The Atrium Cafe at The Park hosted a Mauritian food festival. Food ...  | Read..
Post-poll good news: no shock yet
Consumers bracing for the customary big bite after elections are over have something to cheer a ...  | Read..