The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Money to burn'
If a country's prosperity is defined in terms of the foreign exchange assets it holds, India had never had it so good. Foreign exchange holdings at this moment exceed $ 130 billion. Compare this to the horrendously low $1 billion held at the mid-poin...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
The illogic of numbers
Sir ' It is a pity that the prime minister of a government that talks about compassion and claims ...  | Read.. 
Ungodly mess
Sir ' The plight of the heads of the Kanchi math brings to mind the words the bard of Avon p ...  | Read.. 
The smart machinery has moved into place, but is looking rather tatty. With its renowned precision, the Bharatiya Janata Part...| Read.. 
Peace talks always have a cloud hanging over them. The collapse of the negotiations between the Andhra Pradesh government and...| Read.. 
Towards an Oasis of Peace
So underworld dons like Aftab Ansari, Sheikh Vinod, Gabbar and Hatkata Dilip have been prevented from using their mobile phon...  | Read.. 
As long as men are men, a poor society cannot be too poor to find a right order of life; nor a rich society too rich to have need to seek it. ' R.H. TAWNEY
Black milk
Liquidation By Imre Kert'sz, Knopf, $17.50...  | Read.. 
Left foot forward
El Diego By Diego Armando Maradona, Yellow Jersey, ' 16.99...  | Read.. 
At the centre
An Umpire Remembers : An Autobiography of Piloo Reporter, Rupa, Rs 295...  | Read.. 
Faces behind the veils
Gender, Politics and Islam Edited by Therese Saliba, Carolyn Allen and J...  | Read.. 
Fiction in the archives
It is rare for a historian to venture into the world of fiction. Although, ...  | Read.. 

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