The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Observing anniversaries has turned out to be more than a casual ritual; it is now almost de rigueur. There are some dates it would be heresy to run away from. In Anno Domini 2007, the patriotic-minded here feel particularly duty-bound t...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Slow to change
Sir — Sunanda K. Datta-Ray’s article, “Habits die hard” (March 10), was as humourous as it was thou ...  | Read.. 
Crown that does not fit
Sir — The efforts to anoint Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi’s daughter, Saba Ali Khan, as the mutawall ...  | Read.. 
Money matters
Sir — The report, “No name, so no chance to live” (March 6) was heart-rending. It is shameful that ...  | Read.. 
Shakespeare’s Moor invoked “the cause” when he contemplated the murder of his wife, Desdemona. The chief minister of West Ben...| Read.. 
Everything must stop in Bengal when politicians want to play. No matter what it costs students and their parents, even publi...| Read.. 
Three Cheers For Goa
Despite the fact that those who govern us, who determine and execute archaic policies, who consciously dampen the spirit and ...  | Read.. 
It is not that the Englishman can’t feel — it is that he is afraid to feel. He has been taught at his public school that feeling is bad form. He must not express great joy or sorrow, or even open his mouth too wide when he talks — his pipe might fall out if he did. — E.M. FORSTER
Cities within the city
Shadows, bursts of colour, a city still steeped in traditions, never mind the malls and flyovers....  | Read.. 
A modern reader’s guide to storm signals
Sarai Reader 06: Turbulence Centre for the Study of Developing Societi...  | Read.. 
Bad boys and good money
This Wisden Anthology is a sequel to the previous series of four, ed...  | Read.. 
The woman question
Specters of Mother India: The Global Restructuring of an Empire By Mrinali...  | Read.. 

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