The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The capital crunch
In an aside, P. Chidambaram said in his budget speech that when they met recently, the Chinese finance minister told him that China had received $60 billion in foreign investment last year; Chidambaram suggested the need for pragmatism. The comment w...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Sania's sanity
Sir ' The recent Sania Mirza syndrome that has gripped the English language media needs immediate c ...  | Read.. 
Rich in rhetoric
Sir ' Ashok Mitra needs new ideas for his column. An article, which was supposed to discuss the imp ...  | Read.. 
Smashing idol
Sir ' I watched the last episode of Sony's Indian Idol with much trepidation. But I knew tha ...  | Read.. 
People always like to be more politically correct than others. It is, therefore, quite usual to have an assortment of urban m...| Read.. 
It is easier to fuel passions over a dispute than to solve it. The governments of Assam and Nagaland seem to have a dangerous...| Read.. 
Ganging up against change
The Congress, with all the goodwill going for it, lost most of it with the opportunism played out by the old and disgruntled ...  | Read.. 
Money for something
Indians, particularly those trading domestic currency, may find the cash withdrawal tax introduced by the finance minister, P. Chidambaram, in the budget for 2005-06 uncomfor...  | Read.. 
Together we pledge
A conciliation commission shall be created upon the request of one of the parties to the dispute. The commission shall be composed of an equal number of members appointed by e...  | Read.. 
A king is always a king ' and a woman always a woman; his authority and her sex ever stand between them and rational converse. ' MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT