The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Slim down and be free
Am'd'e, one of Eugene Ionesco's contributions to the theatre of the absurd, is a play about a couple living with a corpse concealed in their bedroom. The cadaver, alarmingly enough, has been growing physically with time. And now that its arms ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Out of the box
Sir ' The publication of the book, The Mitrokhin Archive II: The KGB and the World, in the U ...  | Read.. 
The bloodshed in Cooch Behar must have come as a severe blow to Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's government. Tragic as the incide...| Read.. 
Health is not something that can be associated with life in rural India. The prime minister has expressed a desire for a new ...| Read.. 
It's all in the name
For almost 200 years, the British ruled over us without making us change our names. Tantya Tope, Krishnamachari, Hardayal, Kr...  | Read.. 
Misguiding force
The Congress seems to be living in a world of its own. At least, that's the impression it gives in Bihar and elsewhere in the Hindi heartland. In a state where it almost cease...  | Read.. 
To discharge some key responsibilities
The Geographical Information System data base is an effective tool for emergency responders to access information in terms of crucial parameters for the disaster affected area...  | Read.. 
Brilliant lecturers shouldn't be wasted in lecture rooms; they should appear on TV. We need black market universities, in which people just help each other, and which don't leave out the poor. ' THEODORE ZELDIN