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Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
Picture and book remain
There is no greater pain than to recall a happy time in wretchedness....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Let the kid be
Sir — Scientists may have given Craig Flatman a clean bill of health, but it is unlikely to cut muc ...  | Read.. 
 
Wedding party
Sir — The intense media glare that accompanied the engagement and wedding of Vanisha Mittal and Ami ...  | Read.. 
 
Track suits
Sir — There are a number of shops selling a variety of drinks inside Metro railway stations, in ord ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
COURTING CONFUSION
Once a sentence has been passed according to an existing law of the land, extra- judicial clemency could undermine the author...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Best performance
Just drop in
Good entertainment
Who’ll have the chair'
Family untied
Sitting out
SCRIPSI
In retrospect it always seems as if everything had to develop just the way it did. I call this view the fallacy of retrospective determinism — which looks at the modern world as a victory of the children of light over the children of darkness as if we approve of the development, and of darkness over light if we condemn it. — REINHARD BENDIX
 
INSIGHT
A town called Mumbra
In Mumbra, you can find a hundred reasons for angst and muse. Squalid quarters, cramped lanes, filthy streets and an all-perv...  | Read..