The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Birth of a new religion
It all started in the temples of modern capitalism ' German department stores. There were patterned spheres of all sizes on display everywhere. There were vests of all colours. There were wigs in the same colours. It was a celebration of purchasing p...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Looking death in the face
Sir ' A day after the serial blasts in Mumbai's local trains, which killed about 182 commuters and ...  | Read.. 
Hell hath no fury like a mild-mannered man whose anger is underestimated. Mr Manmohan Singh is not known to lose either his ...| Read.. 
If only it were just a question of bartering kidnapped soldiers. The conflict between Israel and Hizbullah ' perhaps the thir...| Read.. 
For the simplest demands
There was a time when the quality of our political debate, during the sittings of the Constituent Assembly, was spirited and ...  | Read.. 
Difficult options on Pakistan
For all practical purposes, the composite dialogue between India and Pakistan has come to a temporary halt. Although India has postponed the foreign-secretary-level talks sche...  | Read.. 
Reality is a brutal picture
'I live in a different kind of environment. It is called a 'red-light area'.' The speaker is a 14-year-old girl in a workshop, one of a series organized by Apne Aap Women Worl...  | Read.. 
Some people like ping-pong, other people like digging over graves. They're all escapes from now. People will do anything rather than be here now. ' JOHN LENNON