The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Young, male and deadly
The explanation made sense. The protesters mostly came from the western, and older, parts of the city, which are Kannada-speaking, and which have escaped the boom that Bangalore has been experiencing for some years now. In these narrow streets, life ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Safe rather than sorry
Sir — The death of a six-year-old boy after he slipped through the handrails inside a shopping mall ...  | Read.. 
Chop and change
Sir — The much-awaited Test series between India and England has got under way. Unsurprisingly, the ...  | Read.. 
As honorary doctors, Shilpa Shetty and Kermit the Frog sound like soulmates. When the latter (a muppet of Sesame Street...| Read.. 
Point man
Without the bindu, a black hole from which emerged light and energy, there would have been no life. Unless the Hindu philosophers thought of it, there would ...  | Read.. 
On a low but steady note
Sangeet Ashram presented Manilal Nag, possibly the seniormost performing sitar player of Calcutta, in an evening recital at G.D. Birla Sabhagar on July 13. He was supported on...  | Read.. 
Clouds heap upon clouds
On the first day of the two-day Barsha Utsab organized by Samaroha at Madhusudan Mancha over July 12-13, it was disappointing to find more people sitting on the steps outside ...  | Read.. 
Bringing matters to a head
Shohan’s new offering, Helmet, directed by Anish Ghosh, finds the Bengali group attaining a peak in fluid acting and production values. These are boosted by Sanchayan G...  | Read.. 
Tales from a forgotten world
It is not surprising that many of our top writers of English fiction prefer to live abroad rather than in their own homeland....  | Read.. 
Hypocrisy is the most difficult and nerve-racking vice that any man can pursue; it needs an unceasing vigilance and a rare detachment of spirit. It cannot, like adultery or gluttony, be practised at spare moments; it is a whole time job. — W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM