The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Power versus poverty
The debate as to whether democracy or an alternative authoritarian form of government is more likely to improve speedily the economic conditions of people is not over. In India, with its masses of the very poor and many millions of others who are poo...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Failing to make a difference
Sir ' If there is one response that the story of Malati Giri elicits from the reader, it is one of ...  | Read.. 
Hero remembered
Sir ' Two points are in order with regard to Sarmila Bose's article on Emilie Schenkl. First, the a ...  | Read.. 
If taming of the shrew is difficult, taming of the stars is impossible. Greg Chappell has, knowingly or unknowingly, taken on...| Read.. 
Inability to cope with the pressure and fear of work in school is at the root of much juvenile unhappiness. This is not just ...| Read.. 
Still going strong
The figure of five hundred dead sounds suspiciously round, but it will stick. The regime's troops fired heavy machine-guns in...  | Read.. 
Our man in the dressing room
While the national cricketers went into a break after their gruelling season, the grind began for the BCCI and certain important names in Indian cricket. The issue of the sele...  | Read.. 
Foreign to policy-making
An unclear foreign policy has been the hallmark of the first year of the United Progressive Alliance government. The momentum of past policies has however allowed a public per...  | Read.. 
A golf course is the epitome of all that is purely transitory in the universe, a space not to dwell in, but to get over as quickly as possible. ' JEAN GIRADOUX