The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Building energy security
On May 11 and 13, 1998, the Bharatiya Janata Party government exploded five nuclear bombs underground. The explosions registered on earthquake monitoring stations of major powers; the sanctions they imposed made India a nuclear pariah. The United Sta...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Unfair world
Sir — Some of the letters that appeared on August 1 talk about the torment that women continue to s ...  | Read.. 
Bring on the industries
Sir — Amartya Sen’s views on land acquisition in Singur reflect the realities of the market economy ...  | Read.. 
Sunday morning’s accident on Park Street shows that ensuring physical safety in public places requires something like an art ...| Read.. 
It is the human tragedy, rather than the militants’ madness or the state’s failure, that is the most shocking thing about the...| Read.. 
Lack of Good Sense
On the eve of the 60th anniversary of our independence, the newspaper headlines tell a dismal story of where we are as a nati...  | Read.. 
Wrong medicine
In comparing the strides made by the economies of India and China, Joseph E. Stiglitz, the Nobel prize-winning economist stated, “The difference (in India and China’s economi...  | Read.. 
Ways to catch them young
R.K. Narayan is surely turning in his grave. In his stint as a Rajya Sabha member, Narayan had apparently raised his voice only once. That was to criticize a school system tha...  | Read.. 
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