The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Take it as red
West Bengal continues to be the despair of psephologists. Look how well-mannered the other states, which went to the polls along with West Bengal, are. They have obediently conformed to the law of anti-incumbency that the psephologists are fond of: i...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Widen the net
Sir ' The raid carried out by the Central Bureau of Investigation on the former chief minister of H ...  | Read.. 
False claim
Sir ' The report, 'Child labour on the rise' (May 3), proves false the government's claim to have ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' The editorial, 'Looking at Calcutta' (May 6), may be right about the poor quality of contempo ...  | Read.. 
At the same time, embedded in the mandate is a demand. This can be articulated in simple terms. There is the expectation that...| Read.. 
Even with the 'rice war', and computers for poor children, free gas and colour television sets for poor women, free electrici...| Read.. 
Follow The Leaders
All those who have seen the role of the CPI(M) in New Delhi as having been regressive on the economic and the services sector...  | Read.. 
I wouldn't say when you've seen one Western you've seen the lot; but when you've seen the lot you get the feeling that you've seen one. ' KATHARINE WHITEHORN
Home again
Blood Brothers By M.J. Akbar, Roli, Rs 395...  | Read.. 
Desire, cruelty and work
Sex Workers of India: Diversity in Practice of Prostitution and Ways of L...  | Read.. 
If the twain had met
Empire of Dragons By Valerio Massimo Manfredi, Macmillan, '10.00 ...  | Read.. 
Master of illusions
Enchantment of the Mind: Manmohan Desai's Films By Connie Haham, Roli, ...  | Read.. 
A wonderful instrument
This is the story of one man's fascination with the piano. It is at once en...  | Read.. 

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