The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
What he said and he didn’t
Words, the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein famously declared, are also deeds. Words do something, they have intent and purpose. The question may legitimately be asked what Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was doing, or trying to do, when he uttered the...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Boys and birds
Sir — It was nice to hear Arun Lal sharing his concern for Calcutta’s environment, especially the t ...  | Read.. 
Flagging virtues
Sir — The incident in which a constable took away the tricolour from a cricket fan and flung it to ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — Not enough has been done to eradicate polio from our country (“ Polio comes back in Asansol” ...  | Read.. 
Evolution is boring. Or at least that is what it is made out to be by studies that explain why older men marry younger women....| Read.. 
Day in the nuclear House
Read it aloud
Homeward bound
Neither here, nor there
Entertainment address
Evasion is a lot of hard work
Not since Lincoln had there been such an artful manipulator of the good, the bad, and the bewildered in between. I believe he [Roosevelt] saved the capitalist system by deliberately forgetting to balance the books, by transferring the gorgeous resources of credit from the bankers to the government. — ALISTAIR COOKE