The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Revenge of the people
Opinion and exit polls have made asses of themselves. A sort of sheepish apologia could be on offer: they did, in fact, hint at the possibility of a hung Lok Sabha. That hardly matters. The prognostications by pollsters provided not a hint of the cat...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
First citizen’s rights
Sir — A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has always tried to show that he is a president with a difference. He has ...  | Read.. 
Turn of the tide
Sir — The defeat handed out to N. Chandrababu Naidu by the people of Andhra Pradesh proves that our ...  | Read.. 
Look before you leap
Sir — For the sake of the development of West Bengal, the Congress should reassess its strategy in ...  | Read.. 
The election results are a rejection of the NDA and its nonchalant show of arrogance. The verdict rejects the politics of rel...| Read.. 
I was never more hated than when I tried to be honest…On the other hand, I’ve never been more loved and appreciated than when I tried to ‘justify’ and affirm someone’s mistaken beliefs; or when I’ve tried to give my friends the incorrect, absurd answers they wished to hear. — RALPH WALDO ELLISON
Game of Empire
The Price of America’s Empire By Niall Ferguson, Penguin, $29.95...  | Read.. 
Speak up and be counted
An Anthology of Identified Dalit Writings Edited by Badri Narayan and A...  | Read.. 
Terror casts a long shadow
The Afghan War and its Geopolitical Implications for India Edited by Salma...  | Read.. 
The ABCs of publishing
Authors should know what some publishing terms mean if only to ensure that ...  | Read.. 
Waiting on the minister
Governance in India By T.S.R. Subramanian, Rupa, Rs 395...  | Read.. 

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