The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt fights for private guild
The Bengal government today launched a second offensive in as many months to force the army to allow Book Fair 2007 on the Maidan, ignoring a court ruling that said the organisers have nothing to do with “public interest”. ...  | Read.. 
Bengal braves burst of bad news
Not that Mamata Banerjee and Citu are not trying hard enough, but Indian business seems to be keeping the faith in Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
New boss for unified forces
Chief minister Tarun Gogoi has wrested the reins of the Unified Command for counter-insurgency operations in Assam from the bureaucracy. ...  | Read.. 
Not to forget broken hearts
As Aishwarya Rai slipped a ring into Abhishek Bachchan’s finger on Sunday, Salman Khan was cooped up indoors, “feeling a bit under the weather” according to his secretary. ...  | Read.. 
Maoist Sankranti
Historic transition in Nepal
It was not only the sun which transited into the Northern Hemisphere today, marking the end of long winter on the auspicious Hindu religious day of Makar Sankranti. With the ...  | Read.. 
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Not to forget broken hearts
There is a circus here at the drop of a hat

a sweeper outside Amitabh Bachchan’s house
Tongue Twister:
Travelling treat

Driving to one’s destination, especially for a holiday with friends and/or family, has a distinct ch ...  | Read..
Hanging severs head
In death, the Saddam clan is proving a public relations disaster for Iraq’s new masters. ...  | Read..