The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A heretic in Harvard
The president of Harvard, Larry Summers, recently ignited a huge controversy by suggesting that the fewer number of women found in engineering and the sciences in the United States of America may have something to do with the distribution of aptitude...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Repeat story
Sir ' A few months back, Dhananjoy Chatterjee's hanging created a lot of brouhaha. Some philanthrop ...  | Read.. 
Sir ' Delusion rules in Sunanda K. Datta-Ray's 'Out of service' (Feb 26), where the author argues t ...  | Read.. 
Border games
Sir ' We are told that cricket matches between India and Pakistan ' despite Pakistan's continuing d ...  | Read.. 
In a way, president's rule lives up to the mandate in Bihar. The people voted for change but were still uncertain about the n...| Read.. 
The sun has finally set on the British Empire. Colonel Blimp and John Bull in the Long Room at Lord's had denied, for a long ...| Read.. 
Just and lasting peace
Two stories, one from the shores of the Arabian Sea in the south of Pakistan, and the other from the fabled Kashmir Valley in...  | Read.. 
Working at cross purposes
Mamdou Habib has been making headlines in Australia recently. Habib is an Egyptian-born Australian who was arrested in Pakistan soon after September 11, 2001, on suspected te...  | Read.. 
What do women really want'
Yesterday was International Women's Day. By some bizarre quirk of fate, this year, March 8 also happened to be Shivaratri, the day when unmarried Hindu women worship Shiva in ...  | Read.. 
No one can be perfectly free until all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral; no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy. ' HERBERT SPENCER