The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
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It was not always so, but these days all the land in the world — except for Antarctica — is divided into countries. Each has a government, which is supposed to guard its borders and keep order within them. Their right to do so is re- cognized in the ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Unequal ties
Sir — After equalling Muttiah Muralidharan’s record of 527 test wickets, Shane Warne declared his f ...  | Read.. 
Ruling our minds
Sir — It is not without reason that Plato wanted to exile all poets and philosophers from his repub ...  | Read.. 
By Olympus!
Sir — Will the Greeks be able to repeat their success in this year’s European Championships in the ...  | Read.. 
To put it straight
Sir — I understand that reports have been published in some papers that one Tapan Raychaudhuri is a ...  | Read.. 
A wind from the port side seems to be determining the direction of the ship of state in India. The left parties, all of whom ...| Read.. 
The poor can wait. Most of the thousands who died or were permanently maimed on December 3, 1984, in Bhopal, after Union Carb...| Read.. 
New banks in old buildings
From government buildings of heritage value that have been allowed to look rundown and unkempt, let us look at a sector that ...  | Read.. 
Many mouths to feed
The nutritional status of children in the age group of under-3 years is better in West Bengal, as compared to the all-India average of weight for age (undernutrition) as well ...  | Read.. 
Power from the elements
Perhaps the time has come for India to look at nuclear power, along with hydropower, in its quest for energy security. Look at emerging trends in power sources the world over....  | Read.. 
For the rational study of the law the blackletter man may be the man of the present, but the man of the future is the man of statistics and the master of economics. — OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES