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A raja’s realm
A problem that early professional and amateur photographers in India had to deal with was an idiosyncratic and varied climate. The heat made essential chemicals unstable, the water needed for their treatment was often too full of impurities, and the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Milking a tragedy
Sir — Annesha Chowdhury’s article, “Food for lurid thoughts” (Aug 14), was timely and bold. Somebod ...  | Read.. 
 
About turn
Sir — South Africa’s decision not to play in the tri-series in Sri Lanka has hurt the sentiments o ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
AYE, EVERY INCH A PM
In the recent past, as well as earlier, The Telegraph, in these columns, had commented on the prime minister’s failure...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
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Divine designs
No one listens to the colonel
Double trouble
Poor showing
His master’s voice
SCRIPSI
The point about government is that no one has control. Lots of people have the power to stop something happening — but almost nobody has the power to make anything happen. We have a system of government with the engine of a lawnmower and the brakes of a Rolls-Royce. — JONATHAN LYNN and ANTONY JAY
 
INSIGHT
Say hello to India’s first wirefree city
When Shankar Prasad decided to provide wireless Internet access to his customers, he had no clue that he had a path-breaki...  | Read.. 
 
Wireless in the city
Fly into Mumbai six months from now and you’ll be able to work on your laptop all through the tedious drive from the air...  | Read..