The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Promises to fulfil
The 58th birthday celebrations of the Congress president and chairperson of the ruling United Progressive Alliance, Sonia Gandhi, found her partymen in a more festive mood than at any time since the end of the Eighties. The last Congress government o...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Under watchful eyes
Sir ' The sudden enthusiasm of our parliamentarians' to back Somnath Chatterjee's proposal to telev ...  | Read.. 
The air smells foul
Sir ' The front-page report, 'Killers rule', (Dec 16) has highlighted certain important facts about ...  | Read.. 
Even the most active of institutions may miss something just below its nose. The higher judiciary in India today is in one of...| Read.. 
The United Progressive Alliance government, goaded by the national advisory council, is certain to place the rural employment...| Read.. 
One kind of death wish
Two simple things became clear while I lay in my hospital bed recovering from surgery ' that all cricket teams should take to...  | Read.. 
Why blame Natwar'
The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, does a disservice to his cabinet colleagues when he refuses to defend them in public. The remarks of the external affairs minister, K. Natw...  | Read.. 
A change for the better
Acknowledging that change in the Earth's climate and its adverse effects are a common concern of humankind,...  | Read.. 
Drink and dance and laugh and lie,/ Love, the reeling midnight through,/ For tomorrow we shall die!/ (But , alas, we never do). ' DOROTHY PARKER