The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
In the groove
The composition of the lunch table said it all. When the foreign secretary, Shyam Saran, arrived at the US state department last Wednesday for a working lunch hosted by the under-secretary of state for political affairs, Nicholas Burns, the American ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Property dispute
Sir ' The ultimatum served by the government of West Bengal to Purnendu Chatterjee to either buy or ...  | Read.. 
Bus disservice
Sir ' The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, has indeed offered a 'treaty of peace security and friend ...  | Read.. 
Due payment
Sir ' At the entrance to Kerala while on a visit to pilgrimages in the state from neighbouring Karn ...  | Read.. 
Once a charioteer, but not twice shy. This seems to be Mr L.K. Advani's current belief. In the early Nineties, he moved aroun...| Read.. 
When 140 million people got a flash of Janet Jackson's right breast on TV a couple of years ago, many Americans got very angr...| Read.. 
No sure way of defining
Is Indian 'street' English (Englishes, rather) as valid as any other' The question isn't, of course, one for India or English...  | Read.. 
Sweet chimes of freedom
The growing proximity between the seven-party alliance and the Maoists in Nepal raises hopes of a transition to democracy, writes Deb Mukharji ...  | Read.. 
I'm never going to be famous. My name will never be writ large on the roster of THOSE WHO DO THINGS. I don't do anything...I used to bite my nails but I don't even do that anymore. ' DOROTHY PARKER