The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Guilty: Bengal’s see-no-evil elite
For years, Bengal’s Nero-like police, politicians and bureaucrats fiddled when bandhs tormented citizens and prevented them from going to work. ...  | Read.. 
Speaker gives Sahi a month
Faced by Forward Bloc bouncer to initiate disqualification proceedings against health minister Bhanu Pratap Sahi, Speaker Alamgir Alam today took evasive action. ...  | Read.. 
Dutch ‘mediator’ in Naga talks gaffe
Michael van Walt van Praag’s entry into the Naga peace process may have been with Delhi’s consent, but there was nothing remotely official about the Dutchman’s ...  | Read.. 
Hollywood hit on DVD pirate
For the first time, an Indian court has convicted and jailed a film pirate on a complaint from Hollywood, earning applause for the country’s increasing commitment to com ...  | Read.. 
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Jim Leng, the chairman of Corus, soaks in a poster at an exhibition in Jamshedpur on Friday. Leng, who will be deputy chairman once Corus is formally ...  | Read
I’ve still time to go on, maybe for a year and a half or two years
Sourav Ganguly
India’s Holi cows
While you trudge back to work on Monday, members of Parliament will enjoy another Holi day. ...  | Read..