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Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
Faith no bar
What do Sania Mirza and Irfan Khan Pathan have in common' They're both good-looking, for one. And tall. Sania must be five-foot-seven and Pathan hovers around the six foot mark: that's tall for Indians. They're both gifted athletes and more important...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Thinking up a storm
Sir ' Three hurricanes ripped through the south of the United States of America in the last couple ...  | Read.. 
 
Home alone
Sir ' Given the rather narrow scope of the two surveys cited by Ashok V. Desai in his article, 'The ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WRONG SIGNAL
Few bad habits arouse intense passions so publicly as smoking. The gentle kick, the momentary pause are intimately private de...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Back to school
High on the hills
Three-cornered race
A different tune
Fathers and sons
Books for the festive season
SCRIPSI
If everything is caused by innumerable 'factors', then we had best be very careful in any practical actions we undertake. We must deal with many details, and so it is advisable to proceed to reform this little piece and see what happens, before we reform that little piece too. ' CHARLES WRIGHT MILLS
 
INSIGHT
Cooch Behar burning
Banshi Badan Barman relates easily to Upen, the peasant who has his land usurped by a landlord in Rabindranath Tagore’s ...  | Read..