The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Embers flare up in carnage zone
Bombs and bullets flew and claimed a life in Nandigram today for the first time since the March 14 firing, with a CPM worker dragged out of his home and shot before his family. ...  | Read.. 
Milk offer to burn hole in govt pocket
After its proposal to supply schools with Frooti, a drink based on mango-pulp, as a supplement to the mid-day meal ran into rough weather, Swastik Food Products and Bever ...  | Read.. 
10 factories on cards
A day after laying of the foundation stone of his sugar factory at Gurwalia in West Champaran district, noted film producer and director Prakash Jha today announced his i ...  | Read.. 
Tête-à-tête springs pleasant surprise
After waiting for two years for the state government to acquire land for its 12-million tonne greenfield project at Tontoposhi, Tata Steel today took the first tentative step ...  | Read.. 
NSCN-K makes light of flushout
The Khaplang faction of the NSCN today pooh-poohed Delhiís efforts to clear out its camps and flush out Ulfa militants from Myanmar, claiming that the military junta ...  | Read.. 
Itís the done thing: lady officers bypassing bosses
Report says 60 per cent women flout military chain of command to wangle undue privileges
Most women officers in the armed forces bypass the chain of command and seek undue privileges from superiors, an inter- services committee has told the ministry of defence. ...  | Read.. 
The World Cup final being played in darkness at the Kensington Oval on Saturday. (AP)
I actually thought he (Aleem Dar) was having a bit of a joke with us to try and stop our celebrations
Ricky Ponting
Play in the dark' Gotta be kidding
You must be kidding Mr Umpire, Ricky Ponting thought. ...  | Read..
Mandy in six yards of knots
When Australiaís Adam was taking the pants off Dilhara Fernando last evening, an Indian ev ...  | Read..