The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A bridge too far
A week is a long time in politics. Nowhere is this as true as in India today. Till a few days ago, the rift between the Congress and the Left over the character and nature of the ties between India and the United States of America was at centre stage...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Bright young things
Sir — In the penultimate sentence of his article, “The state of the nation” (Sept 14), Ashok Mitra ...  | Read.. 
Ignoble behaviour
Sir — The apathy and callousness faced by the national award-winning teachers in the capital are mo ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — In the report, “Nagaland laces boots” (Sept 13), the correspondent says that the Subroto Cup ...  | Read.. 
The people in a democracy have their own ways of calling their rulers’ bluff. A group of villagers in Bankura found it necess...| Read.. 
One of the markers of changed times is the degree to which passions are inspired by machines. Mobile phones, for example, are...| Read.. 
Eroded from within
The sad thing about the Congress is that when it is flying high because it has done some good deeds, made some right decision...  | Read.. 
Something for everyone
Twenty20 is here to stay. It may not delight the purist, but it would have its own audience. Yes, it is not the real cricket that we were brought up to appreciate. The nuances...  | Read.. 
Brief encounters of a weird kind
S . Sreesanth stood with his nostrils flaring. Pakistan needed one run to win from the last ball of the match. Like most other encounters, this game between India and Pakistan...  | Read.. 
If you live long enough, the venerability factor creeps in: you get accused of things you never did and praised for virtues you never possessed. — I.F. STONE
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