The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fond illusions
Like Oscar Wilde, I have been dying beyond my means in a private hospital, my electronic communication with the outside world commanded at one end by Gargi in Calcutta and at the other by Gritta in London. Listening to voices and accents from my hosp...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Things people say
Sir ' Kate Winslet, somewhat infamous for her sharp tongue, has shown that she has a way with words ...  | Read.. 
Cheap thrills
Sir ' The description of the first-year students' ragging at the School of Planning and Architectu ...  | Read.. 
Information is power. At the receiving end, there is also the question of trust. Census reports are public documents issued b...| Read.. 
Thinking of you, Lilly Samarine
We recognize the dreadful moments now, even as they happen. None of us who ever saw the photograph of the young girl running naked down the rice-paddy road in Vietnam, grief b...  | Read.. 
Why, as civilization spreads, do outstanding men become fewer' Why, when attainments are the lot of all, do great intellectual talents become rarer' Why, when there are no longer lower classes, are there no longer upper classes' Why, when knowledge of how to rule reaches the masses, is there a lack of great abilities in the direction of society' ' ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE
Vijai Singh has been thrown out of more golf clubs and tours than he cares to remember. But now the Fijian world champ is at ...  | Read.. 
Out & About
Ono more time
country, my country
Guitar man