The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The sari and the fan
Some time back, a burglar broke into the small flat I use as a workplace. Since then, I have wasted a lot of time speculating on what he made of the place. I don't know that it was only one man, but somehow that seems neater for purposes of speculati...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Reign of terror
Sir ' Uttam Sengupta's 'To live in the grip of red terror' is an eye-opener (Nov 30). Maoists are t ...  | Read.. 
Island in the storm
Sir ' The election of Mahinda Rajapakse as president of Sri Lanka is a positive development. Rajapa ...  | Read.. 
Going nowhere
Sir ' The Metro rail project to connect Tollygunge to Garia is being carried out almost in the midd ...  | Read.. 
There are some horrors in this city of horrors that are unforgettable. What happened in Behala throughout the night of Thursd...| Read.. 
One for the road
Famous visitors
Follow the leader
The great divide
Madam's doppelg'nger'
Change of throne
The more abhorrent a news item the more comforting it was to be the recipient since the fact that it had happened elsewhere proved that it had not happened here, was not happening here, and would therefore never happen here. ' JOHN ROBERT FOWLES
Who’s a virgin these days'
Actress Khushboo’s statement last month that an educated Indian male shouldn’t expect his bride to be a virgin kicked up a huge uproar in Tamil Nadu. But what’s the fuss about' She’s right, points out Bishakha De Sarkar ...  | Read..