The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pawar-hitting after debacle
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, Sharad Pawar, has overruled an “informal” administrative decision on not sending any selector to South Africa. ...  | Read.. 
Cold War whiff in former spy death
An ex-KGB spy accused Vladimir Putin of his murder in a statement read out today after his slow death from radiation poisoning, but the Russian President brushed off the accu ...  | Read.. 
Security blanket on Singur
A huge police force was gathering tonight at Singur, the site for Tata Motors’ proposed plant, expecting Opposition leader Mamata Banerjee’s arrival tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
Koda pledges industry boost
Chief minister Madhu Koda today reinforced his government’s commitment to industrialisation as he invited entrepreneurs with open arms. ...  | Read.. 
Court raps Dispur on jobs, again
The Gauhati High Court today struck down appointments in the Assam co-operation department, terming them “illegal”, embarrassing the Tarun Gogoi government no e ...  | Read.. 
Cops find no method
Where next' ...  | Read.. 
Sky falling and fast, warn scientists
Pollution warms surface of Earth, but cools and shrinks upper atmosphere
Forget the fable of Chicken Little — the sky is indeed falling. The upper zone of Earth’s atmosphere is cooling and shrinking, an international team of scientist ...  | Read.. 
Greg Chappell with M.S. Dhoni and Wasim Jaffer during a training session in Cape Town on Friday. (AFP)
Pawar-hitting after debacle
I’ve never seen anything like this before

Ravi Shastri
on India’s dismal performance at Durban
Delhi-type demolish plea reaches court
The fire that ravished the third floor of 33C Topsia Road early on Wednesday and claimed 10 liv ...  | Read..
Flashback: Victoriana in sear
Why do I write these dry pieces on old, often dilapidated buildings, about which neither the governm ...  | Read..