The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Deliberate oversights
Few, if any, have remarked on the sad irony by which the committee appointed to work out the modalities of imposing a 27 per cent quota for members of other backward classes in admissions to institutions of higher learning is called an 'oversight' co...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Death in the kitchen
Sir ' Deaths due to exploding LPG cylinders are being regularly reported in newspapers. One wonder ...  | Read.. 
Unequal faith
Sir ' It seems that a group of over-zealous priests is trying to take over the controls of certain ...  | Read.. 
Truant minister
Sir ' One fails to understand the purpose of Lalu Prasad's visit to Europe ('Lalu goes on Euro rai ...  | Read.. 
Life on the border between unfriendly nations can be full of uncertainties. The people living along the Ichhamati river in th...| Read.. 
Women are the gateway, if not to hell, then at least to a lot of unnecessary complications. None of the hullabaloo over women...| Read.. 
Uneasy moments in Nepal
Events in Nepal have not unfolded too badly up to now. The transition to multi-party democracy is being negotiated peacefully. There is no political vacuum and the Nepalese ar...  | Read.. 
Paying the price of exploitation
Any person responsible for economic exploitation of children shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 5 years and/or fine....  | Read.. 
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