The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Memories of a professor
Last month I had gone to Calcutta for the Panchanan Chakraborty centenary seminar. For me it was basically sentimental time-travel, back to the MA economics (group A) class of 1948-49. The professor was taking us that year through General Theory — ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Man with a view
Sir — With the president, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, giving his assent to the office of profit bill, many ...  | Read.. 
Stand firm
Sir — The dignified silence during the prime minister’s speech in the Rajya Sabha on the Indo-US nu ...  | Read.. 
It does not bode well for a modern democracy when its leaders feel edgy about the citizen’s right to information. It is, ther...| Read.. 
Man as player, homo ludens, tends to cheat as much as he plays. Fair play has always proved a hard act to follow. And ...| Read.. 
Loud and Clear
Finally, Manmohan Singh has asserted himself and his position on the nuclear deal with America. He spoke in parliament and ga...  | Read.. 
Balancing act
The reputation of the invincible Israeli army is in shreds. After 34 days of ostensibly defending itself against the Hizbollah — which included the massacre of innocent Lebane...  | Read.. 
To expand into the future
With the connection of Ulchin-6 to the grid in January, the Republic of Korea has 20 units in operation.... Nuclear power provides 45 per cent of the country’s electricity. El...  | Read.. 
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