The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Payback policy
The euphoria over the Indo-US nuclear deal has vanished. With the legislation having been tabled in the US Congress last week for validating the agreement between the prime minister, Manmohan Singh, and the president of the United States of America, ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Profit and loss
Sir ' The president's endorsement of the decision of the Election Commission to disqualify Jaya Bac ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' The editorial, 'Train to terror' (March 17) says quite correctly that perpetual poverty, yea ...  | Read.. 
The prime minister, Mr Manmohan Singh, sprang a surprise in Mumbai last Saturday by putting capital account convertibility b...| Read.. 
An institution is always bigger than the individual who makes it. This simple principle, obvious at first sight, escapes many...| Read.. 
Speaking an alien tongue
Does a specifically Indian English really exist, I asked two weeks ago. Should that perhaps read 'Indian Englishes' And how ...  | Read.. 
Blots on the fourth estate
The author is a former foreign secretary. He has contributed four articles under the pen name Raoji Bandodkar. He continues this series under his own name...  | Read.. 
More an advisor than an enforcer
The ultimate aim of to create a 'culture of prevention', in which compliance with agreed standards is regarded indicator of efficiency as well as socia...  | Read.. 
All intellectuals should suffer a certain amount of persecution as early in life as possible. Not too much. That is bad for them. But a certain amount. ' BERTRAND RUSSELL