The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Premature panic buttons
The government is clearly worried about inflation and inflation figures prominently in the prime minister's press conference. We are told the government will 'soon gain mastery over inflationary expectations', ascribed to increasing world oil prices,...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Man, I feel like a woman!
Sir ' This is with reference to Manmohan Singh being called 'Shikhandi' by Yashwant Sinha, for his ...  | Read.. 
Disposable income
Sir ' In 'More on rural Bengal' (Sept 8), Omkar Goswami tries to show a mismatch between the recent ...  | Read.. 
Predictable results
Sir ' Maharashtra and Arunachal Pradesh are going to the polls next month. But votes will be counte ...  | Read.. 
It would have helped if 'family planning' had not become such a loaded term in post-Emergency India. The All India Muslim Per...| Read.. 
One of the great dilemmas of liberal democracy is putting a limit on freedom. It cannot be anybody's case ' including the adv...| Read.. 
Rewards of the small town
Harivansh wouldn't leave Ranchi for the bright lights of Delhi or Mumbai even if you offered him the editorship of Navbhar...  | Read.. 
A completely burnt-out case
Anjan Mukherji asks why one has to go through the harassment of paying one's own income tax in advance when the collection system for it has not been properly devised as yet ...  | Read.. 
What is hell'/ Hell is oneself,/ Hell is alone, the other figures in it/ Merely projections. There is nothing to escape from/ And nothing to escape to. One is always alone. ' T.S. ELIOT