The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nawaz Sharif today landed in Pakistan from seven years in exile hoping to dethrone President Pervez Musharraf, but was deported to Saudi Arabia after four emotional hours at Islamabad airport. ...  | Read.. 
Varsity offer for BPL students
Ranchi University will offer free education and stipend to two students from below poverty line families in postgraduate studies while toppers of all 23 PG departments wi ...  | Read.. 
Post-IIT debut awaits IIM in Bihar
After IIT, it is the IIM, which is all set to make a debut in the so-called under-developed state. ...  | Read.. 
‘Success’ & ‘failure’ of bandh
The dawn-to-dusk bandh, called by the Congress and Left parties over the state government’s “failure in fighting cholera epidemic and controlling deteriorating ...  | Read.. 
Rs 700-cr loss in Assam floods
Repeated floods in Assam this year have affected over 1 crore people and caused severe damage to the state’s economy. ...  | Read.. 
Rebels kill traders
Ulfa militants shot dead two businessmen at Talap market under Doomdooma police station in Tinsukia this evening. ...  | Read.. 
Bengal’s red-light elite
Govt creates two sets of VIPs with beacon hierarchy
The Bengal government today gave some of its VIPs the licence to “flash” — an activity more commonly associated with dare-to-bare stars like Britney Spears and Jane ...  | Read.. 
It is only Musharraf’s ego... that is standing in my way
Nawaz Sharif
India’s Paris Hilton link
While the number two man in the US State Department, John Negroponte and his chief aide on Sout ...  | Read..
Pricey for Infy, juicy for Tata
The Tatas and another company have agreed to buy land in Rajarhat at prices dubbed “abnorm ...  | Read..
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