The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Scheherazade's story
I have always been fascinated by Scheherazade. Going by the evidence, this is a fascination shared by many others over the centuries. The story is irresistible. There is a man who rules, as so many have done and as so many do. And like many powerful ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
They will have to go
Sir ' Hand-pulled rickshaws will disappear from Calcutta tomorrow. The next day, it will be the haw ...  | Read.. 
Freedom dreams
Sir ' Even as India celebrated its 59th independence day, we were left confronting the question: do ...  | Read.. 
Compulsions inherent in a political coalition should not be extended to mean a complete surrender of initiative. The United P...| Read.. 
Caught in a bind
Rising to leave
Turn of phrase
Changed plans
Sleeping on it
Wait and watch
O Woman! in our hours of ease,/ Uncertain, coy, and hard to please,/ And variable as the shade/ By the light quivering aspen made;/ When pain and anguish wring the brow,/ A ministering angel thou! ' WALTER SCOTT
Who’s winning this media war'
It’s early days yet, but signs of how the war in India’s commercial capital is shaping up are available, reports Debashis Bhattacharyya...  | Read..