The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The winning habit
Indian cricket wins again. There I was, working on this column, salivating as I got my teeth into rubbishing the idea that the recent Ashes series was 'the greatest cricket battle of the modern era'(!). There I was doing what cricket nuts do, chortli...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Closed for the day
Sir ' I wish N.R. Narayana Murthy had stayed back a day to see the real face of Bengal ' the day of ...  | Read.. 
In India, certain things change slowly, and certain things do not change at all. The confused situation pertaining to adoptio...| Read.. 
Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. But can indecency also be left to the same yardstick of personal preference' The pol...| Read.. 
For a better life
It is rapidly getting worse on the Spanish-Moroccan border. Three times in the past week, mobs of 'refugees' have assaulted t...  | Read.. 
An interrupted relationship
There are two ways of looking at India's September 24 vote at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna. The pragmatic argument is that it was not a vote against Iran o...  | Read.. 
Delegation is the key
The country has an integrated administrative machinery for management of disasters at the National, State, District and Sub-District levels. The basic responsibility of undert...  | Read.. 
I am only half there when I am ill, and so there is only half a man to suffer. To suffer in one's whole self is so great a violation, that it is not to be endured. D.H. LAWRENCE