The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Wrong time to speak up
It is becoming a habit for L.K. Advani to spring unpleasant surprises on the Bharatiya Janata Party. He did it on June 4 at the mausoleum of Mohammed Ali Jinnah in Karachi and triggered a crisis which would have paralysed the party had it not been se...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Spot the corruption
Sir ' Ashok Mitra comes down heavily on the finance minister, his wife, the Congress and the left f ...  | Read.. 
It is too early to conclude if the range of recent new initiatives will lead to the return of peace and stability in Jammu an...| Read.. 
Neighbours are not necessarily friends. Instead, they are more likely to behave as rivals, if not enemies, when it comes to s...| Read.. 
Off the record and on it
How odd that in this day and age journalists of national papers conduct 'interviews' without tape recorders. In my time we us...  | Read.. 
I know how far away Heaven is...but I know the shortcuts. You just die, God willing, when you want to, not when he arranges it. Or if you want you can make Him arrange it earlier. ' JUAN RULFO
Stump care
Slow Man By J.M. Coetzee, Secker & Warburg, ' 11...  | Read.. 
The one who got away
The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank By Ellen Feldman, Picador, ' 12.99...  | Read.. 
Some plane truths
THE INDIA-PAKISTAN AIR WAR OF 1965 By P.V.S. Jagan Mohan and Samir Chopra, ...  | Read.. 
Big city blights
THE RADIANCE OF ASHES By Cyrus Mistry, Picador, '16.99...  | Read.. 
Not cut out for the job
It is not at all unusual for an editor to tamper with a writer's manuscript...  | Read.. 

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