The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
All is not well
The world, even more than India, celebrated yesterday in contemplation not of the wonder that was India but the splendour that will be India. It’s an enjoyable fantasy, but not easy to sustain when you have to queue in post offices to get letters abr...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
First day, first show
Sir — It is interesting to note the tactics Bollywood employs to market Hindi films aggressively. ...  | Read.. 
In the dark
Sir — The tug of war between Nimbus Communications and Prasar Bharati resulted in cricket fans bei ...  | Read.. 
The greatest curse of radicalism is not the cult of revolution but the fetish that goes by the name of political correctness....| Read.. 
Top gun
Free speech
Brides on horseback
Fruits of goodwill
A penny for the Haj
Knotty questions
Neither Heaven nor Hell are hereafter. Hell is time arrested within and refusing to join in the movement of wind and stars. Heaven is the boulder rock unrolled to let new life out: it is man restored to all four of his seasons rounding for eternity. — LAURENS VAN DER POST