The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Realm of virtual reality
At long last May 5, polling day for the 2005 UK general election, is almost upon us and the campaign boils as lukewarm as water at an extreme height. This election is more likely to be remembered for the extraordinary excitement generated by the deat...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Beyond belief
Sir ' Some amount of belief in oneself is essential to get through life, but too much of it can be ...  | Read.. 
A fair deal
Sir ' It is heartening to learn that the government plans to take up a massive programme to encoura ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' What a joke! A fashion designer ' a glorified tailor really ' crying foul over another design ...  | Read.. 
The makers of India's foreign policy are congenitally confused about what should be India's role in the neighbourhood. India'...| Read.. 
It is always risky to predict the outcome of a political gamble. It is possible, however, to try and see the logic behind it....| Read.. 
Round peg in a round hole
Newsrooms across the country are buzzing with the rumour. Jojo is changing his DNA. He has resigned. No he hasn't. They've ma...  | Read.. 
The colour may bleed at times
For quite some time now, there has been talk about 'hardliners' and 'softliners' in the Communist Party of India (Marxist). The election of Prakash Karat as the party's genera...  | Read.. 
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