The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Conservative wisdom
As a political creed, Conservatism, with a capital C, is naturally nation-specific. Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan and even Lee Kuan Yew may inspire Conservatives across national boundaries but, at the end of the day, Conservative parties depend on...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Friends again
Sir ' Ashok Mitra is not known to be a great admirer of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty. But he alone does ...  | Read.. 
For a better cause
Sir ' Diwali is around the corner. As in other years, people will celebrate Diwali by bursting fire ...  | Read.. 
The state rarely reaches out to those living on the margins. No wonder that the Assam government failed to prevent the ethnic...| Read.. 
Histrionics are an important part of a dictator's equipment. So even during his appearance in the courtroom for the first tim...| Read.. 
Policing the keepers
Rape and murder have become the symbols of Delhi, the capital city of India. The criminals who are apprehended, more often th...  | Read.. 
The trouble in modern democracy is that men do not approach to leadership until they have lost the desire to lead anyone. ' WILLIAM HENRY BEVERIDGE
Family matters
Two Lives By Vikram Seth, Viking, Rs 695...  | Read.. 
It takes two to tango
Tony and Cherie: A Special Relationship By Paul Scott, Sidgwick and Jac...  | Read.. 
Fields of gold
Cricket All His Life By E.V. Lucas, Pavilion, ' 7.99...  | Read.. 
Power by any other name
Almost an Ambassador By Rajiv Dogra, Srishti, Rs 145...  | Read.. 
New texts for the new age
Outside the university presses and some small publishers there are few take...  | Read.. 

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