The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Beyond this place
Visiting Karachi, Islamabad or Muree, my preconceptions about the role of fundamentalism in Pakistan, of only burqa-clad women, hostility to India and Indians, were shattered. There are more full-burqa clad women on the streets of Bangalore th...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
A little help can't harm
Sir ' Home ministry officials have stated that there is no need to bracket the tsunami as a nationa ...  | Read.. 
Empty threat
Sir ' It was bad enough to watch the constant bickering in the Lok Sabha. Now we have to contend wi ...  | Read.. 
Pensions represent post-retirement income flows and should depend on individual contributions, as well as an appetite for tak...| Read.. 
A literacy drive on a war footing may sound commendable, but might, quite comically, fall on its face. That is what has happe...| Read.. 
More fun than films
Having to put up with a poorly organized film festival in Goa without criticizing Goa itself is a difficult task. Indeed, Goa...  | Read.. 
For the present and future
The ultimate objective of this convention and any related legal instruments that the Conference of the Parties may adopt is to achieve, in accordance with the relevant provisi...  | Read.. 
India's policy failure in Nepal
King Gyanendra subverted multi-party democracy within months of becoming the king and appears to be in pursuit of an executive monarchy. The political parties in Nepal today a...  | Read.. 
Death cancels everything but truth; and strips a man of everything but genius and virtue. It is a sort of natural canonization. ' WILLIAM HAZLITT