The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Chinese lessons
Those, like Qin Hui, calling for political reforms sooner rather than later make one additional argument. In China, much of the push for capitalism has come from the party itself. But this is not merely an ideological push, but an institutional one a...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Caught in a wrangle
Sir ' The West Indian cricket captain, Brian Lara, committed a shameful act during the first test m ...  | Read.. 
Make a killing
Sir ' The Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Vinay Katiyar, recently made an offer of Rs 1 lakh to any ...  | Read.. 
The Reserve Bank of India's move to raise its policy rates by 25 basis points has surprised the markets, and bond yields have...| Read.. 
Aid has come to be accepted as part of international diplomacy. Given the special relationship between the two countries, Ind...| Read.. 
Dead, but not gone
There is a lesson for us all in the sudden, violent death of terrorist leader, Musab al-Zarqawi, in Iraq. It is this ' never...  | Read.. 
Fighting for a cause without much effect
Reports emanating from Patna suggest that the chief minister, Nitish Kumar, is, among other things, seriously considering the introduction of land reforms in his state. The re...  | Read.. 
I'd always assumed I was the central character in my own story but now it occured to me I might in fact be only a minor character in someone else's. ' RUSSELL HOBAN