The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A very special act
Call it a charade, or call it something else, a spectacle has been on over the past couple of years which keeps catching the eye. Every now and then, groups of twenty to twenty-five young boys and girls from Manipur, in their late teens or early twen...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Burning questions
Sir — The fire mishap at the Topsia leather factory should serve as a warning not only to the gover ...  | Read.. 
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and its partners put in the largest number of winning bids for deep-water blocks in the sixth...| Read.. 
It is difficult to be solemn, any more, about the women’s bill saga. It was introduced in 1996, and in the ten years of endle...| Read.. 
At the Devil’s service
Last week, Omar Nasiri, a Moroccan who spent seven years infiltrating al Qaida as a double agent working for the French and B...  | Read.. 
The start of a new chapter
The author is former ambassador to Nepal...  | Read.. 
Surreal magic from so much junk
The junk of the urban everyday — a stained doorknob, a disused threshold, a tile — fills the flâneur with momentary excitement and adoration; these random items seem to...  | Read.. 
Let us be very strange and well-bred: Let us be as strange as if we had been married a great while; and as well-bred as if we were not married at all. — WILLIAM CONGREVE