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Cadres break reporter’s arm
Seven journalists, including a reporter and photographer of The Telegraph, were pulled out of a car and assaulted with rods on Friday ...  | Read.. 
Maoists kill different cop
One of the four policemen abducted by Maoists was found with a bullet hole in his chest this morning, but he wasn’t the one the rebels had claimed to have killed yesterd ...  | Read.. 
Pak spin jolts ICC out of stupor
A fascinating sting operation, players willing to sell their country, a boastful bookie, sleuths burning the midnight oil... an honorary Group Captain — Sachin Tendulkar, no ...  | Read.. 
Assam IT-ready, asserts Himanta
In 2006, Infosys mentor N.R. Narayana Murthy had a few posers for Assam, then looking for prospective investors in a fledgling IT sector. “Where is the bandwidth? Where ...  | Read.. 
Tiny village awaits a ‘big-hearted Dada’
Porhatoli, a humble hamlet of 50 huts and pucca homes, is blinking uneasily under the spotlight of tragedy. ...  | Read.. 
His fractured left hand in a sling, Pronab Mondal, The Telegraph’s principal correspondent, reports on the attack after he was given preliminary treatment at Midnapore hospital.
Cadres break reporter’s arm CM responds: I don’t know
Certainly, it has disappointed me
Sachin Tendulkar
on the spot-fixing scandal
Jaya missing at Rajni do
The who’s who of filmdom and some VIP politicians gathered in central Chennai as Tamil fil ...  | Read..
Mani rings sex trade bell
He was mocked for saying the Commonwealth Games should be washed out to salvage India’s pr ...  | Read..
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Sonia at ease with national responsibility
The rumblings over her foreign origins having died out, Sonia Gandhi today termed the Congress pres...   | Read.. 
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Beat the odds to build the Book Wall
Calcutta beat odds to build the Aviva Great Wall of Education, presented by The Telegraph, higher an...   | Read.. 
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Govt shuts eyes, party hems and haws
The chief minister today said he did not know of the attack on journalists at West Midnapore's Pira...   | Read.. 
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Bravehearts who dared to go back
As Maoists hid in the forest of Kajra hills, these two policemen dared to go back to the spot and ...   | Read.. 
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Territory to be dropped from Sept 7 talks
The territory of the proposed interim set-up will not be discussed by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha in...   | Read.. 
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That time is here
Having rescued Orissa’s 10,000 or so Dongria Kondh tribals from the Vedanta Alumina company’s rapaci...   | Read.. 
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'Play for spirit, not money'
Money is not necessarily a bad thing but youngsters should not fall for its lure and, instead, shou...   | Read.. 
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Gas blast at UK Krishna temple
A Hare Krishna temple in Leicester was today badly damaged by a blast but a local resident and jour...   | Read.. 
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SAIL key job up for grabs
SAIL's director (commercial) Shoeb Ahmed will retire on October 31, and the Public Enterprises Sel...   | Read.. 
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Park awaits global recognition
The rich biodiversity and unique ecosystem of the Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park...   | Read..