The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Politic saviours
India's stake in the effort to stamp out terrorism entitles it to feel perturbed at the implications of Colin Powell's linkage between relief and religion in the stricken capital of the Indonesian province, where the tsunami killed more than 100,000 ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
In the name of the poor
Sir ' S. Venkitaramanan's ' Only for the poor' (Jan 10) is a well thought-out article on subsidies. ...  | Read.. 
Sex, lies and CDs
Sir ' The 'Clean chit for Anara' (Jan 6) given by the Andhra Pradesh State Forensic Laboratory, whi ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' It was awful to see the Calcutta mayor, Subrata Mukherjee, hitting the streets to collect mon ...  | Read.. 
Around 10 million are slaughtered each year ' and there are no survivors. But, instead of slitting their throats after stunni...| Read.. 
An officer and a gentleman
Among the least readable books I include autobiographies of retired civil servants and army officers. Some of them have turne...  | Read.. 
All people seem to be divided into 'ordinary' and 'extraordinary'. The ordinary people must lead a life of strict obedience and have no right to transgress the law...whereas the extraordinary people have the right to commit any crime and transgress the law...because they happen to be extraordinary.' FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
Method and the actor
Strolling up to receive his umpteenth award on Thursday, Naseeruddin Shah must have felt good knowing he'd given a whole new ...  | Read..