The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
An enabling garment
Britainís former foreign secretary, Jack Straw, wrote an article in the Lancashire Telegraph, a local newspaper that circulates in his parliamentary constituency, describing his difficulty in communicating with Muslim constituents who met him ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Friendliness doesnít pay
Sir ó It is surprising to read about the reaction of Pakistanís interior minister, Aftab Ahmed Khan ...  | Read.. 
Only misplaced faith will see the market economy as a school for social ethics. This is not to condone corruption but to reco...| Read.. 
Scarcely has a request ever evoked such an overwhelming sense of gratitude among those to whom it was not made. Mr Jack Straw...| Read.. 
The terms of life
The Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence on Mohammad Afzal. The judgment says that persons like him deserve to die. Th...  | Read.. 
Voices of the same poverty
To italicize or not to italicize. For Indian writers selling their English novels in the literary emporiums of the world, this apparently trivial decision has become absolutel...  | Read.. 
States in a time of unrest
In this, my tenth and last annual report, I have sought to provide an overview of the Organizationís main achievements and challenges during the past 12 months in the light of...  | Read.. 
I think itís one of the scars in our culture that we have too high an opinion of ourselves. We align ourselves with the angels instead of the higher primates. ó ANGELA CARTER