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Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
Turning red
Returning to desh after an overlong stay abroad, I was ready to receive the normal irritations of life in the capital with a broad smile and an even broader mind. Here, to welcome me back, was the best weather north India could offer: lovely, ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A quiet hero
Sir 'The muted celebrations around Anil Kumble's achievement are, perhaps, symptomatic of the kind ...  | Read.. 
 
Tread with caution
Sir ' The security threat to Indian cricketers is much more severe in Bangladesh than in Pakistan. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A NAMELESS JOY
Great writers are not always great public speakers. Mr Salman Rushdie is that rare personality who has the gift to enthral re...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Friends again'
Sign of the times
Inviting wrath
Politics, family style
Loose connection
Shoved out
SCRIPSI
This is the prospect from the watershed, and when the traveller reaches it, it is a good thing to take an hour's leisure and look out on the visible portions of the journey, since never in one's life can one see the same view twice. ' FREYA MADELEINE STARK
 
INSIGHT
Life and times of Cristiano Junior
A Brazilian will do anything for football. Including come to India. Except that one young man met with a completely different fate. Avijit Ghosh and Anirban Das Mahapatra report ...  | Read..