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An Average Newspaper
May 12, 2016 08:15 PM Read
From last 3 years or so I read this newspaper regularly.Like the others news paper It is also cover almost all genre of news like political, Business, Entertainment, Astrological, Sports, Classified and so on and so forth. They also provide 3-4 types of suppliment with it.Such likes t2, metro...Read More

Good English News Paper
Mar 16, 2016 01:02 PM Read (via Mobile)
Telegraph is one of the best English news paper . I read this news paper daily to update with world . This news paper is available in market at reasonable price . This English news paper very helpful for learn in English language as it's well written, attractive pictures, easy languages writt...Read More

The Leading English Dailies from East
Oct 30, 2008 08:51 PM Read
The Telegraph is the most read and circulated English dailies published from Kolkata is the unputdownable for all english readers. The paper covers news internationally, national, local and rural. The sports coverage is the best. T2 recent supplement of Telegraph has increased its circulation mo...Read More

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Suhel's Sarcasm
Dec 16, 2005 01:14 AM Read
Hi guyz rohan here .... this is an interesting view of how my favourite adman suhel seth solves his readers personal problems in the telegraph newspaper... read on this ones hillarious to say the least a reader writes.......my colleague has this habbit of coming in to work with infec...Read More

Put it down just now
Feb 27, 2004 12:05 AM Read
The Telegraph is sleek, appealing, advertiser friendly, widely read &c. But, The Telegraph is also full of blatant grammatical errors, typographical errors &c. The Telegraph has a lot of gimmicks to its credit. It has supplements on almost any topic on earth. That is the only reason why The T...Read More

Creating a splash!
Nov 27, 2003 01:51 AM Read
I guess it’s time to write another review on The Telegraph, since the last review was written way back in ’02 and the newspaper has changed drastically since then. So here it is, an updated review on all you wanted to know about Eastern India’s leading English daily: ~~~~~~~...Read More

Unputdownable
Jul 15, 2003 05:38 PM Read
Looking for a good newspaper to read in Eastern India. Look no further. You have the ''Telegraph'', the best english daily of India. The telegraph has everything one can ask for in a newspaper. You get all the news, and at a very low price of Re 1.50p. It has 16 pages and the reader gets his ...Read More

Born on the 8th of July...
Jul 09, 2002 10:00 PM Read
The year was 1982.ABP Limited,a media company decided to launch an english newspaper in Calcutta.The captain of this all new ship would be MJ Akbar.The paper called 'The Telegraph' was able to attract to its fold some very fine minds.Two ladies come to mind:Anita Pratap and Tavleen Singh.Both,I ...Read More

Kolkata's cup of tea
May 06, 2002 09:55 PM Read
The Telegraph has been setting its rules vis a vis newspaper reading. Lots of attributes of this daily are firsts in Kolkata's Newspaper trade. It has tried to maintain certain standards of news content , balance and publication qualities and also featured various supplements which have been ben...Read More

THE TELEGRAPH- Surely unputdownable
Apr 21, 2001 03:50 PM Read
Neither it possess any stunning features,nor it carry out any mind blowing articles,but over the years it has fascinated the readers with its clean news covering all the aspect of affairs.Every news items has been tailor made to suit the tastes of every generation of people. Unlikely the other n...Read More

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