The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hour of the hangman
Bloodthirstiness, thou art afoot, and not just in Iraq. Shrieking followers of the second largest party in our country, led by no less a person than a former prime minister, are out on the streets demanding the immediate hanging of Mohammad Afzal, wi...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Sleight of hand
Sir — Such disrespect and insult, as shown by the Australian captain, Ricky Ponting, to the preside ...  | Read.. 
Sense and sensibilities
Sir — In “Against common sense” (Nov 2), Mukul Kesavan goes on to show how a male-dominated society ...  | Read.. 
Sir — I would like to point out a typographical error in the article, “A fractured conscience” (Nov ...  | Read.. 
The government of Mr George W. Bush has been rendered lame by the victory of the Democratic Party in the House of Representat...| Read.. 
Not wanting to tell and not wanting to know are equally defensive attitudes. And both have become deeply entrenched tendencie...| Read.. 
Hire, Fire And Deliver
The two agenda that have grabbed the headlines affect average, ordinary, real people. The sealing of illegal shops and commer...  | Read.. 
The more abhorrent a news item the more comforting it was to be the recipient since the fact that it had happened elsewhere proved that it had not happened here, was not happening here, and would therefore never happen here. — JOHN FOWLES
Mission incorrigible
A History of the English-Speaking Peoples since 1900 By Andrew Roberts ...  | Read.. 
Guards of honour
Stephen Philip Cohen is probably one of the few American political scientis...  | Read.. 
Freedom and after
Social Movements in India: Poverty, Power and Politics Edited by Raka Ray a...  | Read.. 
A glorious tradition
Along the Path of Music By Prabha Atrre, Munshiram Manoharlal, Rs 400...  | Read.. 
Food that flies the flag
Traditional British food, associated as it is with Brussels sprouts, mashe...  | Read.. 

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