DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • BCCI threatened boards to vote for Sivaramakrishnan on ICC committee: report May 7, 2013

    New Delhi: Revealing BCCI's another armtwisting move, a report in Australia's The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday said that the Indian board's president N Srinivasan used power tactics to get Laxman Sivaramakrishnan on the ICC Cricket Committee by "threatening countries to ensure that the majority of Test captains voted against Tim...
  • Naomi Campbell wins damages over elephant polo story February 1, 2013

    London: Model Naomi Campbell accepted libel damages Thursday from a British newspaper over a story that falsely claimed she was planning an elephant polo match in India for her partner's birthday. The November article in the Daily Telegraph said Campbell was going to organize the tournament in Jodhpur for partner Vladimir...
  • Osama: Violence came easy, but Viagra for sex May 10, 2011

    New Delhi:Osama bin Laden, the world's most wanted terrorist who married five times and lived with at least two wives at the time he was shot dead, used a form of herbal Viagra to boost potency. Avena syrup, an extract of wild oats that is marketed as a natural impotence cure,...
  • Varun Gandhi denies sterilisation remarks May 9, 2009

    New Delhi/London: Varun Gandhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from Pilibhit, Saturday clarified he did not favour forced sterilisations after his party distanced itself from his reported remarks on the issue. "I categorically deny having stated in an interview to Dean Nelson of the Daily Telegraph that I am in...
  • Pakorigin men in possible plot against Queen August 19, 2008

    London: A cell of young Pakistaniorigin men found guilty of terror offences may have been plotting to attack the queen and other members of the British royal family, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. Those targeted included Queen Elizabeth II, her husband Prince Philip, their sons Princes Charles, Andrews and Edward and...