The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Love's labours lost
The poll results from Bihar and Jharkhand declared last Sunday are certainly of greater national significance than the contents of the annual budget placed before parliament by the finance minister the day after. In any case, with round-the-year anno...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
More sinned against
Sir ' It is quite heartening to find that Vinod Pande's film, Sins, has been cleared for release ...  | Read.. 
Falling in line
Sir ' As expected, Laloo Prasad Yadav's railway budget for 2005-0006 was unapologetically populist. ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' A vehicle bearing registration number WB 02N 6590 was parked in front of the City Centre at ...  | Read.. 
Turning back can sometimes be as difficult as going on. Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee must have faced a dilemma when he chose no...| Read.. 
Drawing a straight line is a difficult task for most people. There are fumbles, trembles, nicks and joints. It is even more d...| Read.. 
Socialist guide to hair fashion
Men in North Korea have picked up the scissors. They are lopping off their shoulder-length hair, cropping them so close that ...  | Read.. 
I wanted to attempt something of ambition and size even if that meant I might be accused of straying too close to ambition's ugly twin, pretentiousness.' TONY KUSHNER
Fixed image
Re-visioning the past: Early photography in Bengal 1875-1915 By Malavika K...  | Read.. 
Is the world is a free market'
IN DEFENSE OF GLOBALIZATION By Jagdish Bhagwati, Oxford, ' 11.89...  | Read.. 
At her majesty's service
Open Secrets: India's Intelligence Unveiled By Maloy Krishna Dhar, Mana...  | Read.. 
An illusion called reality
SPOONFUL OF GREY By Diana Romany, Mapinlit, Rs 225...  | Read.. 
To be redeemed from time
WITHOUT BLOOD By Alessandro Baricco, Canongate, £ 4.00...  | Read.. 

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