The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Short note on a short essay
The first argument I had with my wife was about literature. We had known each other only a few weeks, but fortunately —in those pre-cable TV, pre-internet, days — we knew already that boy and girl could find common ground in discussing books and auth...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Picture perfect
Sir— The photo accompanying the caption, “Revolution over, on the run”, is an example of quality ph ...  | Read.. 
Music rings hollow
Sir — The report, “Music fatwa at home or out”, (Dec 6), mentions that a maulana has prohibi ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The Supreme Court judgment doing away with the need for a sanction from the government to pr ...  | Read.. 
The past has often been rewritten or reconstructed to meet the political and ideological needs of the present. This is especi...| Read.. 
Unholy and corrupt
An anecdote was fabricated about Jathedar Gurcharan Singh Tohra, who was elected president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandh...  | Read.. 
If the cells and fibre in one human brain were all stretched out end to end, they would certainly reach to the moon and back. Yet the fact they are not arranged end to end enabled man to go there himself. The astonishing tangle within our heads makes us what we are. — COLIN BLAKEMORE
True turbanator
The approach paper to the Eleventh Five Year Plan is scheduled to go for the approval of the National Development Council tod...  | Read..