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Capital Buzz: Poor Pramod

Question: What cost Pramod Mahajan his job?Answer:loyalty to Dhirubhai Ambani. The post and telegraph department, which fellunder Mahajan's purview,issued a stamp last month to honour the late......

How India can fight cyber terror

Like China, India needs to encourage 'hacker clubs' in view of the challenges of virtual terrorism, says Lieutenant General Prakash Katoch (retd). The use of the Internet has been a boon to crime......

Did the US turn a blind eye to the Taliban till...

Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir's remarks about Benazir Bhutto, Robin Raphel and the Taliban, published in the Indian Express newspaper some weeks ago, Kolkata's The Telegraph newspaper reported on......

IS planned a 26/11-style attack on Australian Parliament

Australia’s intelligence agencies have uncovered a plot by the Islamic State militants to launch a “Mumbai-style” terror attack on the parliament with Prime Minister Tony Abbott......

How illegal sat phones are a big headache for intelligence agencies

The arrest of three foreigners in connection with a case relating to possession of satellite phones once again goes on to show the lacklustre approach many have towards the Indian law. Three......

Wily tricks companies play with newspapers

Most publishing houses in India know from experience that the country's largest business houses don't think twice about blacklisting a newspaper and denying it advertising if offence has been......

Spectrum scam: What is the actual loss?

Though Indians were no strangers to scams, spectrum loss was beyond their wildest imagination, says Bhupesh Bhandari. A news item tucked away in the inside pages of a newspaper announced that......

Telecom fares poorly on the FDI front

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in telecommunications, one of the top three sectors in terms of attracting FDI since April 2000, fell drastically in April-October 2013, pushing the sector to the......

Sebi to get sweeping powers while probing insider trading cases

Capital market regulator Sebi will soon get powers to summon phone call records, emails and SMSes of persons it is probing for insider trading and other market manipulations. With these powers, the......

Telcos face CBI heat over international call norms

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case in a Delhi court against Bharti Airtel, Tata Communications and Singapore Telecommunications for allegedly causing a loss of about Rs 48......

Remembering Ravi: 'Why do you want to spoil old songs?'

The legendary composer Ravi passed into the ages on Wednesday, March 7, aged 86. We salute Ravi's brilliant musical scores, with this interview he granted Rediff.com's Patcy N in 2006. Whether......

Cleaning up an oil spill, James Cameron-style

The world's biggest filmmaker, James Cameron, has offered his fleet of private submarines to BP (formerly British Petroleum), to assist the company in stopping the massive oil flow threatening the......

What's wrong with Bollywood this year?

I spent a good part of the last seven days either travelling, or preoccupied with a few domestic issues-- hence, not much time to spare for watching movies, following links, responding to your......

'Instead of a remix, create new music'

Whether they know it or not, most married folk in India have heard the music of Ravi Sharma. It's unavoidable, really, considering he is the man behind the classic Aaj meri yaar ki shaadi hai from......

First Look: Boy George to pick up the trash

Karma certainly can change colors, declared a London tabloid headline. The story is about how the singer Boy George, 45, who had declared a few years ago that he had kicked off his drug habits......

Renowned sports journalist Dicky Rutnagur passes away

Renowned Indian sports journalist and commentator Dicky Rutnagur passed away in London on Friday, aged 82, after a prolonged illness. He is survived by his son Richard Sohrab Rutnagur......

English media apologetic over debasing 'great' Ponting

The English media has hailed Ricky Ponting and also apologised for disparaging him throughout his playing career. Former English off-spinner Vic Marks lauded Ponting in London's The Guardian,......

Aus swimmer unsure over Delhi CWG participation

Australia's world record champion swimmer Christian Sprenger is having second thoughts about travelling to New Delhi for the Commonwealth Games in the wake of an adverse risk assessment......

Aus players' families skeptical about safe WC

Terror threats notwithstanding, Hockey Australia on Thursday said it remains committed to sending its team for the World Cup in India even as jittery family members of the players demanded that the......

'Hauritz can replace Warne, MacGill,' says Ponting

Ricky Ponting thinks Australia's long-ending search for a quality spin bowler is finally over and feels Nathan Hauritz has got all the qualities to fill in the void left by Shane Warne and Stuart......
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Knight Riders in search of consistency

Sunil Narine, at the city airport, on Sunday. A Telegraph picture Calcutta: By Gautam Gambhir's own admission, consistency is something his... ...

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It's jobs week in America - Here's your preview of this week's big economic events

REUTERS/Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports A view of the roses in the winners circle before the 141st Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. The first... ...

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Police request for zebra crossings

Vehicles stop at a zebra crossing in New Delhi and (right) pedestrians walk over a road using a zebra crossing in London. Patna would soon have... ...

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Hands-on Nitish lessens calamity blow step by step

Nitish Kumar Pilloried for its lackadaisical response to the rising spate of crime and kidnappings, the Bihar government has found a talking... ...

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Sticker action to test nerve of doctors

Harish Chandra Jha sports the ' Bhukamp ' sticker on his forehead at DMCH. Telegraph picture The Indian Medical Association (IMA) and the... ...

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