The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A racket returns
A month ago I got a phone-call from a stranger deep in Gujarat. He went on about the Yes Bank public issue, and about its manager, Karvy Consultants. Sensing a story, I passed on the telephone number to a junior colleague, who assigned it to his ment...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Plane truths
Sir ' The left parties have already started expressing their concern at the Jet Airways takeover of ...  | Read.. 
University blues
Sir ' The editorial, 'University of mediocrity' (Jan 21), has painted a picture of the University o ...  | Read.. 
Jet Airways's acquisition of Sahara Airlines has raised the question whether the deal will hurt competition in the aviation s...| Read.. 
To the militants in the North-east, violence is both the message and the medium. The latest series of blasts triggered by the...| Read.. 
Who's in, who's out
To be an NRI, a non-required Indian, is celebrated by the regimes that rule us. Those of us who opted to stay and work and ge...  | Read.. 
The revolution and its children
Given the political insouciance of Nepalís political leaders, Jyoti Malhotra wonders if there is anything they could learn from Indiaís example ...  | Read.. 
It does no harm to throw the occasional man overboard, but it does not do much good if you are steering full speed ahead for the rocks. ' IAN GILMOUR