The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Phantoms of India
I canít remember it exactly, but T.S. Eliot had a great observation about the first thing hitting you upon arriving in a different country being the smell of the place. To build on that, smell also sends memory-dominoes toppling whenever you arrive i...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Mind your own business
Sir ó It is unfortunate that despite so many pressing social concerns, the Indian parliamentarians ...  | Read.. 
Minor flaws
Sir ó According to the Sachar Committee, only 5 per cent of Muslims are employed in different gove ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ó The examination fee prescribed by the West Bengal Central School Service Commission is highly ...  | Read.. 
The wreckage in the Bidhan Sabha of West Bengal is a symbol. It is easy to link that symbol with the politics practised by M...| Read.. 
Hard times
Cornered in the corridor
By the turn of the cheek
Loveís labour lost
Tongue twister
No biz like showbiz
How do people go to sleep' Iím afraid Iíve lost the knack. I might try busting myself smartly over the temple with the nightlight. I might repeat to myself, slowly and soothingly, a list of quotations beautiful from minds profound; if I can remember any of the damn things. ó DOROTHY PARKER