The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
To be ever more itself
South Asia is a coming term. There are histories of South Asia, there are journalists' associations that style themselves South Asian, there's SAARC and every time a test match between India and Pakistan goes well, we're all (temporarily) South Asian...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
A city drained of colour
Sir ' Have the colours vanished from Calcutta' Even a few years back, during Holi, there would be m ...  | Read.. 
Two for sorrow
Sir ' It is bewildering to find so many off-spinners being reported against for having suspect bowl ...  | Read.. 
Daylight robbery
Sir ' Our chief minister often promises that he will stop the destruction of our wetlands. But can' ...  | Read.. 
A master in Eton used to ask his students, 'Do you want me to cram you for a first or do you want me to open up your minds' ...| Read.. 
And the award goes to...
UPside down
Don't count him out
Just deserts
Grey matter
Time to act
Slavery broke the world in half, it broke it in every way. It broke Europe. It made them into something else, it made them slave masters, it made them crazy. You can't do that for hundreds of years and it not take a toll. They had to dehumanize, not just the slaves but themselves. ' TONI MORRISON
What is Ghisingh afraid of'
He may still be the GNLF boss, but his halo is slipping fast. Debashis Bhattacharyya reports on the Darjeeling drama’s leading — and losing — man ...  | Read..