The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A bit of a loose cannon
The deputy prime minister, John Prescott, has lived a charmed life for the years of this Labour government. Tony Blair has kept him close as the emblem of Old Labour; the embodiment of the union-supported, working-class, party for the underprivileged...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Profitable business
Sir ' The Centre's unwillingness to act upon the president's suggestions on the office of profit bi ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' I arrived in Mumbai from San Francisco on July 12, 2006. While still at the airport, I had to ...  | Read.. 
The expected has happened. The meeting of the six major members of the World Trade Organization (the United States of America...| Read.. 
How a country defends its border is determined by its threat perceptions. New Delhi's decision to strengthen the vigil on the...| Read.. 
Anatomy Of A Missive
Would anyone who has seen Sourav Ganguly at St Xavier's School, Calcutta, ever believe that the email came from the fingertip...  | Read.. 
Shots outside the book
Two questions are being asked about next Sunday's elections to the Cricket Association of Bengal. One, who will win ' Jagmohan Dalmiya or Prasun Mukherjee' As in the run-up to...  | Read.. 
Great wall of thought control
As if news was not bland enough in China, the authorities have decided to make it even more so. A draft of a new media law, called the 'emergency response law' has been put up...  | Read.. 
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