The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
From reader to reader
I find it difficult to write book reviews, especially since I have occasionally been at the receiving end of others' reviews. But there was a time, when my own writing consisted of misadventures in the closet, when I enjoyed reviewing books ' mainly ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
It's only make believe
Sir ' The back page of the February 4 edition has a picture of Nicole Richie, Lionel Richie's daugh ...  | Read.. 
Good show
Sir ' Narain Karthikeyan deserves more than a pat on the back for becoming the first Indian to ente ...  | Read.. 
The law must take its own course ' nothing can be more impeccably right-minded than this noble expression of impartiality an...| Read.. 
Man of the moment
Muscle power
A straight fight
Birds of a feather
Party time always
Dying for a drop
But after all it's not the winning that matters, is it' Or is it' It's ' to coin a word ' the amenities that count: the smell of the dandelions, the puff of the pipe, the click of the bat, the rain on the neck, the chill down the spine, the slow, exquisite coming on of sunset and dinner and rheumatism. ' ALISTAIR COOKE
Bitter pill to swallow
India’s new patent regime has raised concerns over escalating drug prices. But all is not over. Protesters and drug barons are gearing up for the big fight before it becomes law. Debashis Bhattacharyya reports ...  | Read..