The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Politics or politicking'
One of Indira Gandhi’s most enduring but disagreeable contributions to public life lay in obliterating the distinction between politics and politicking. In 1969, she sacked Morarji Desai, her main rival in the Congress, and then proceeded to national...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Sound and fury
Sir — Much has already been written about Mamata Banerjee’s lack of political sense or vision. Howe ...  | Read.. 
Barely decent
Sir — The love for sensationalism and publicity makes people do weird things (“Sir, this exceeds th ...  | Read.. 
It is difficult to determine which act is more reprehensible — the lynching of a policeman by a mob in a village near Haldia,...| Read.. 
It is more nursery rhyme than fairytale: the pussycat that went up to London to see the Queen, and felt very special indeed, ...| Read.. 
Flying Too Low
There was a time when Air India represented the best of India. It was a generous and gracious airline. It had hospitality at ...  | Read.. 
One should comfort the afflicted, but verily, also one should afflict the comfortable, and especially when they are comfortably, contentedly, even happily wrong. — JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH
In search of a lost city
Paris, The Secret History By Andrew Hussey, Viking, £25...  | Read.. 
Endless talk
TÊTE-À-TÊTE: The lives and loves of Simone de Beauvoir & Jean-Paul Sar...  | Read.. 
Books and bytes together
Advanced computer hardware and high-speed broadband internet connections ar...  | Read.. 
Written in blood
Identity and survival: Sikh militancy in India (1978-1993) By Kirpal Dhill...  | Read.. 
Rising from below
Women heroes and Dalit assertion in North India: Culture, Identity and poli...  | Read.. 

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