The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Clio in a cusp
The publication of William Dalrymple’s The Last Mughal: the Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857 has posed two very important and related questions. One is the status of popular history in India and among Indian historians. The other is the failure ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Parental guidance
Sir — It is amusing as well as frightening to know that the mother of a boy travelling alone in an ...  | Read.. 
In unjust lands
Sir — What happened to Prasenjit Ghosh of Bally after he protested against the harassment of his wi ...  | Read.. 
The world is yet to bridge its colour divides. Not just black and white and olive, but also pink and blue. The recently relea...| Read.. 
Winner nonetheless
After such humiliation
Lyrical outpourings
Face watch
It’s all about the money
Two is better than three
Life is not all Beer and Skittles. The inherent tragedy of things works itself out from white to black and blacker, and the poor things of a day look ruefully on. Does it shake my cast-iron faith ' I cannot say it does. I believe in an ultimate decency of things: ay, and if I woke in hell, should still believe it ! — ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON