The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US works on Pak power formula
American mediators trying to broker a solution to the political crisis in Pakistan have proposed that General Pervez Musharraf should temporarily step down as President and appoint a civilian successor who will then extend his term as chief of army staff, according to sources in Dubai who are famil ...  | Read.. 
Dark horses pip seniors
The cabinet today paved the way for creation of two new districts in the state and directed a midnight notification to be issued to this effect. ...  | Read.. 
Stick to natural flair, secure govt jobs
“Having five players from Orissa in the national team, including the captain, is reason enough for us to celebrate. Our boys are not tired of the revelry yet,” ...  | Read.. 
Army act anniversary stokes Manipur anger
The Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act completed five decades in the Northeast today, leaving campaigners against the legislation wondering what else they need to do for ...  | Read.. 
Delhi tries to verify Rajiv suspect arrest
Bangkok buzz on belt-bomb organiser
The Central Bureau of Investigation is trying to verify reports that Kumaran Padmanathan, the man said to be behind the belt-bomb that killed Rajiv Gandhi, has been arrested ...  | Read.. 
Hamza Shahbaz, a nephew of Nawaz Sharif, speaks to the media after a petition was filed in the supreme court challenging his uncle’s deportation. (AP)
US works on Pak power formula
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My first experience of Assamese cuisine was during a weeklong visit to Jorhat as a guest at the ance ...  | Read..
Kapil catches Sunny’s sonny
Sunil Gavaskar has lost his son to Kapil Dev. ...  | Read..