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Subhash Chander will soon send his last message from the Central Telegraph Office in Delhi

After 163 years India sends its final telegram -(Stop): Mobile phones and the internet have superseded the once-essential service

Inside the whitewashed building with its British-era colonnades, people busied about their work over the constant chatter of an electronic printer. Paper would be torn off and the printer started again.

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Campaigners want the sale of acid to be regulated in future

The rape case led to frequent demonstrations in Delhi

Unmasked at last: mother comes face to face with men accused of raping and killing her daughter in India

Family issues plea for justice in bus rape case that shocked India

Indian gang rape suspect, Vinay Sharma, ‘attacked in prison’

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Five-minute memoir: Sam Mills recalls an extraordinary taxi ride

A trip to India inspired Sam Mills to do the extraordinary – befriend a stranger in London.

Indian women protest against how Indian authorities handle sex crimes near the Parliament in New Delhi, India

One rule for the rich and another for the poor: outcry as India's richest man Mukesh Ambani gets 'VIP' police protection

The Indian authorities have been accused of providing security for the rich and poweful but doing nothing for the safety of ordinary people after it was announced the country’s wealthiest man is to get “VIP” police protection usually reserved for senior politicians and officials.

Indian protestors shouting slogans rush towards the Prime Minister's residence during a protest against the rape of a 5-year-old girl in New Delhi, India

Indian girl responds to treatment after rape ordeal

The condition of a 5-year-old girl who was allegedly kidnapped, raped and tortured by a man and then left alone in a locked room in India's capital for two days has improved, a doctor said today, as protests continued over the authorities' handling of the case.

The five-year-old rape victim is moved to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences hospital from Swami Dayanand hospital for treatment in New Delhi

Protesters clash with Delhi police after man accused of raping five-year-old

Fresh anger swept through Delhi after a five-year-old girl was taken to hospital having been allegedly raped by a neighbour. Protesters clashed with police, who were accused of trying to bribe the family to keep quiet, and a senior police officer was suspended after striking a woman protester.

Indians protests against all-too-common gang-rapes in their country

Indian man arrested over rape of 10-year-old in Delhi

Sexual violence has topped the country's political agenda since the fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on a bus

New Zealand's Jesse Ryder is in a critical condition in Christchurch Hospital after suffering severe head injuries in a late-night assault

New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder out of coma and talking after brutal assault

New Zealand cricketer is now out of an induced coma and talking, according to his manager Aaron Klee.

Jesse Ryder has had drink issues

Controversial New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder in critical condition after late-night bar attack

Cricketer reportedly set on by four men in Christchurch

Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi resigned after Italy sent two marines to India to face trial for killing two fishermen

Italian minister quits after marines are sent back to India to face trial for killing two fishermen

The Italian Foreign Minister quit today after his government returned two marines to India to face trial for killing two fishermen.

Michael Clarke had to pull out of the fourth Test against India

Back-trouble victim Michael Clarke expects to be fit for the Ashes

Australia captain Michael Clarke has no idea how serious his latest back problem is, but insisted it was “very unlikely” the injury would keep him out of the Ashes.

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