The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
In their own hands
It is customary for election results to be followed by an onrush of belated wisdom. This is particularly so when the outcome defies the profundities of the editorial classes. The 16-hour all-American saga that finally led to President George W. Bush ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Saving grace
Sir ' Its been a trying time for the left, and not merely because it had to struggle so hard ...  | Read.. 
Survival of the fittest
Sir ' Ramachandra Guha believes that Jawaharlal Nehru 'nurtured a multi-party system' ('Why India s ...  | Read.. 
The quirkiness of Ohio's electoral laws may have delayed President George W. Bush's victory speech on Wednesday, but it canno...| Read.. 
What distinguishes Indian legislative assemblies is the oscillation of mood. People either sleep or fight. In the interim, th...| Read.. 
A Part of the Whole
Muslims make up about 10 per cent of the Chinese population, but months can pass before you see one in south China ' that is,...  | Read.. 
Worse, to have lived without even attempting to lay claim to one's portion of the earth; to have lived and died as one had been born, unnecessary and unaccommodated. ' V.S. NAIPAUL
Liquid eyes and crossed legs
M .Y Ghorpade, the author of SUNLIGHT AND SHADOWS : AN INDIAN WILDLI...  | Read.. 
Love knows no bounds
A Black Englishman By Carolyn Slaughter, Faber, ' 10.99 ...  | Read.. 
Forged friendships
THE LAMBS OF LONDON By Peter Ackroyd, Chatto & Windus, ' 9.75...  | Read.. 
The flowers of death
Maps For Lost Lovers By Nadeem Aslam, Faber, ' 6.99...  | Read.. 
What's cooking'
The more things change the more they stay the same. This is true of publish...  | Read.. 

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