The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Courts of history
Of all the post-Victorian prime ministers of Britain, no one has been more decried by both history and historians than Chamberlain. Others may have been guilty of other misdeeds — Arthur Balfour for shameless cronyism, David Lloyd George for ethical ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Better late than never
Sir — The verdict passed by the Delhi high court in the Priyadarshini Mattoo murder case has restor ...  | Read.. 
It is not unprecedented to have a higher court overturn the ruling of a lower court. So a contrary verdict alone does not set...| Read.. 
Like alcohol and glue, the internet can be dangerously addictive. As the proportion of “heavy users” — more than eight hours ...| Read.. 
Step Out Of The Box
India will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of its independence on August 15, 2007. Much is being planned to mark the occa...  | Read.. 
There is a strong disposition in youth, from which some individuals never escape, to suppose that everyone else is having a more enjoyable time than we are ourselves.— ANTHONY POWELL
Mastering the real
India will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of its independence...  | Read.. 
The outer life and the inner history
MY LIFE IN MY WORDS By Rabindranath Tagore, Penguin, Rs 495 Of Myse...  | Read.. 
No freeway for bibliophiles
More and more out-of-copyright books are being digitized and many scholarl...  | Read.. 

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