The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Reading it right
The right to education bill that will be tabled sometime in the coming year, has the potential to bring about a significant transformation in elementary education in India. It attempts to make effective a child's right to free and compulsory educatio...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Is there a healthy option'
Sir — Gouri Rani Chakraborty’s death and the appalling ‘treatment’ she received prior to it, is yet another reminder of the poor medical services available in the hospitals of our city (“Death after ant bites”, Nov 16). These hospitals have turned into virtual death-traps. Gouri Rani’s case has too many anomalies ...  | Read.. 
Gold prices have been scaling new heights almost every day in the domestic market, while it has reached an 18-year high in th...| Read.. 
In the hands of cynical people politics can be frightening business. The Congress's show of solidarity with Mr Adhir Chowdhur...| Read.. 
Elegy for the tiger
The very recent news about poached tigers in Ranthambhore over the last couple of years has been scary, because it reflects t...  | Read.. 
Burnt out case
The roots of the recent violence in Paris can be traced to the functioning of the French establishment and the elite, writes Jay Bhattacharjee ...  | Read.. 
The hidden costs of conflict
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo deaths attributable directly or indirectly to conflict exceed the losses sustained by Britain in the First World War ...  | Read.. 
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