The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A chip on their shoulders
K. Jagannath is catching up on lost sleep these days. The gram panchayat president of Bellandur village, on the outskirts of Bangalore, spent a tense five days this week. This is an annual ritual with him. The cause of his discomfort was Bangalore's hi...  | Read.. 
Little drops of water
Back in the Nineties, freelance graphic designer Surendra Bansal came across a literary review of a book in the Hindi newspap ...  | Read.. 
Brave band of Banerjis
Ash on fire
Paper round
Passing away
Tittle tattle
On the wings of a prayer
If Daud Sharifa Khanam has her way, Muslim women in Pudukottai may soon have a mosque to themselves to worship in. M.R.Venkatesh meets the person who is history in the making ...  | Read.. 
Last Word: The old taboos
At the first funeral I witnessed, it was tacitly understood that women would not go to the cremation ground. The bereaved family were from a more conservative community than mine, but even in the progressive Indian families of over two decades ago, i...  | Read.. 
Pins and needles
Known killers
Girls will be girls
Less is not more
Bush warning
Villagers get a first taste of a how a computer works
A chip on their shoulders
Crème de la crème
The search ends here
Art for fund's sake
Fare deal