The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Versions of the modern
Amartya Sen's The Argumentative Indian is a civilized polemic about India; and it raises certain questions. For me, the most interesting of them is the implicit one: what need does the appearance of this book respond to, in writer and reader' ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Something in the air
Sir ' The irresponsible attitude of the state government towards air pollution in Calcutta is just ...  | Read.. 
Unfair play
Sir ' The United Progressive Alliance had, in its common minimum programme, promised to reserve one ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' Samit Basu talks about 'A planet called Xena' (Aug 7), while describing the newly found plane ...  | Read.. 
Clarity is elusive, and the Supreme Court has sat three times since last year on what appears at first sight to be a simple p...| Read.. 
The savagery in the West Bengal healthcare sector continues unabated. And the worst is reserved for people diagnosed with HIV...| Read.. 
To know is to be free
Recent reports that prisoners are being kept without being charged and without counsel at the American military prison at Gua...  | Read.. 
Blind to Nepal's republican trends
A political paradigm shift is taking place in Nepal. The people of Nepal are questioning every assumption ' from the institution of the monarchy to the role of the political p...  | Read.. 
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