The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Webbed feet
The Web has changed the way we consume newspapers. One of the main changes has been a shift in the balance between opinion and news. In a world where nearly every newspaper has an online avatar, news has become generic: the same event can be read des...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
More blood
Sir — The barbaric attack on the Samjhauta Express has not just killed many innocent people, but it ...  | Read.. 
Not present
Sir — Our attention has been drawn to a press report, “Train to Dhaka, after 15-year wait” (Feb 20) ...  | Read.. 
It is not uncommon for national and international sporting events to carry political and cultural messages. The most obvious ...| Read.. 
Ms Renuka Chowdhury, the Union minister of state for women and child development, has her heart in the right place. As part o...| Read.. 
Spirit Of The New Year
Come Chinese New Year, and it’s time for the two most powerful men in China to spend time with the country’s most powerless c...  | Read.. 
It’s cool to speak like ’em
It took three wannabe starlets and a sniffling Bollywood diva to make Indians feel proud of their accents. In Big Brother’s house, Jo O’Meara, Jade Goody and Danielle Lloyd dr...  | Read.. 
Other end of the line
The arrest of Sanjay Kedia and the sealing of the Xponse premises were a nightmare come true for the government and the IT sector. The industry may well worry about the damage...  | Read.. 
I know perfectly well that I don’t want to do anything: to do something is to create existence — and there’s quite enough existence as it is. — JEAN-PAUL SARTRE