The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Rewards of identity
An article on Harijans (as they were called then) that I wrote for an Australian newspaper many years ago prompted A.L. Basham, the eminent historian, to argue that upper-caste anger was to be expected in the wonder that was his India if indulgent ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Young and responsible
Sir — I am 59 years old, but I fully support Malvika Singh’s views in “Old is not gold” (May 25). W ...  | Read.. 
Mountain morals
Sir — The editorial, “Upon that mountain” (May 27), raises fundamental questions about morality and ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The comment by the Citu president, M.K. Pandhe, that “Medha (Patkar) and others who run forei ...  | Read.. 
Memory lanes evoke misty, winding ways, smelling of early autumn mornings, with a slight chill in the air. But the chief mini...| Read.. 
The poetry of earth is never dead
Arunima Choudhury’s Khela: New works on paper, canvas and enamel (Seagull Arts & Media Resource Centre, until June 12) brings together a remarkable range of styles,...  | Read.. 
Time past and present
Gallery Kolkata’s first exhibition, Modern to Contemporary, which concluded on May 27, included works by some of the major names in Indian art. ...  | Read.. 
Brimming with new ideas
Padatik Dance Centre plays a significant role in nurturing young talents in kathak ...  | Read.. 
Revival trail
Living in nostalgia is one of the bad habits of Bengali artists, but Kathakriti’s revival of ...  | Read.. 
Everybody has a reason
Punjab was for many years the most prosperous state of India. It is no longer so. There are reasons to fear that it will go f...  | Read.. 
Sir, it is so far from being natural for a man and a woman to live in a state of marriage, that we find all the motives that they have for remaining in that condition, and the restraints which civilized society imposes to prevent separation, are hardly sufficient to keep them together. — SAMUEL JOHNSON