The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Death by dryness
Jagadish Chandra Bose had asked river Bhagirathi, “Oh river, where are you coming from'” In the past hundred years or so the situation with our rivers has changed in such fundamental ways that if Bose had met the river of today, he would surely ask,...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Dark forebodings
Sir — Man has been using natural resources for centuries without caring about their replenishment, ...  | Read.. 
The Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra are repenting at leisure for not marrying in haste. The existi...| Read.. 
There are endless debates on how to make democracy truly representative of the people. The trouble in Nepal’s Terai region is...| Read.. 
To Set Things Right
It was sheer delight to be away in Kenya, away from the inconsequential news that we are bombarded with each morning. Strange...  | Read.. 
Getting away with murder
Ninteen-year-old Gudiya, born in Nehra, a village near Agra, led an ordinary life. There was nothing ordinary about her death though. Gudiya and Mahesh Singh, her physically c...  | Read.. 
Summary trials and errors
The summary justice delivered by the assembly of the powerful in India’s villages and suburbs relate to matters both public and private. From the use of potable water to the u...  | Read.. 
The most exciting attractions are between two opposites that never meet. Fantasy love is much better than reality love. Never doing it is very exciting. — ANDY WARHOL