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Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
The ceiling crumbles
I have always shied away from writing about the condition Calcutta’s in, much as I might speak about it in private — the subject seems inexhaustible, and I have nothing new to say about it. Calcutta remains the subject of infuriated exchanges in traf...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Of fire and ice
Sir — After Mayavati, J. Jayalalithaa. Their birthdays have made political headlines in recent time ...  | Read.. 
 
Brown study
Sir — It is not clear from “Confessions of a coconut” (Feb 21) why Ramachandra Guha feels that Brit ...  | Read.. 
 
Holiday blues
Sir — I have been wondering why Rajiv Pratap Rudy’s holiday in Goa caused such a stir in the media. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW
Judicial conservatism requires the judiciary to restrict itself to the legality of a particular act. The health of the state ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Don shows the day
What a site
Doubly lucky
Prize postings
Stand up and be counted
Keep safe distance
SCRIPSI
But this love of ours is immoderate, inordinate, and not to be comprehended in any bounds. It will not contain itself within the union of marriage or apply to one object, but is a wandering, extravagant, a domineering, a boundless, an irrefragable, a destructive passion. — ROBERT BURTON
 
INSIGHT
Why Medha wants to join politics
Medha Patkar’s bags are packed. She sits in the midst of a dozen pieces of luggage, most of them filled with books and legal ...  | Read..