The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Kingly faith
'We're going to come down on those guys like a ton of bricks,' President Bill Clinton swore that fateful morning in May 1998 on being told that India had exploded a nuclear device in the Rajasthan desert. The president threw, what his deputy secretar...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Have money, will spend
Sir ' Montek Singh Ahluwalia could have done better than give in to the requests of Buddhadeb Bhatt ...  | Read.. 
Making it work
Sir ' Amit Bhaduri has done well to bring into focus the 'two contesting models of Indian economic ...  | Read.. 
Reality often has an unpleasant link with money. For members of parliament in India, reality is obscured by the privileges of...| Read.. 
There are two ways to look at the imbroglio over the elections to the Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council. Having extended the ter...| Read.. 
What A Way To Begin
Chinese New Year 2005 ' the Year of the Rooster ' began two days ago. The entire country is on the move ' or so it seems. Mor...  | Read.. 
Don't be 'practical' in politics. To be practical in that sense means that you have schooled yourself to think along the lines, and in the grooves that those who rob you would desire you to think. ' JAMES CONNOLLY
Rhythm remembered
THE VOICE OF THE HEART: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY By Mrinalini Sarabhai, Harper...  | Read.. 
Rising sun, setting Empire
Forgotten Armies: The Fall of British Asia, 1941-45 By Christopher Bayly an...  | Read.. 
The game Pandavas played
Cricket in India: Origin and Heroes By Raju Mukherji, UBSPD, Rs 245...  | Read.. 
Image hunting
THE RUPA BOOK OF SHIKAR STORIES Edited by Ruskin Bond, Rs 295...  | Read.. 
Errors big and small
There is one editorial skill that all desk editors must possess: the abilit...  | Read.. 

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