The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dyer consequences
Nigel Collett, the author whose new biography of Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer, The Butcher of Amritsar (Hambledon; '25), is perhaps the most significant book on Indo-British relations for a generation, puts it very simply. ...  | Read.. 
Like a prayer
The Saraswati Vandana rings out twice a day here ' first at 10 in the morning to signal the beginning of the school day, and ...  | Read.. 
Beauty by numbers
Directorís cut
Holding the fort
Stage right
Tittle tattle
What lies beneath
It was the mid-1960s. Editors of a bi-annual magazine called Ekkhon had ferreted out a piece of writing from the dusty shelves of oblivion and serialised it for their summer and autumn issues, drawing immense public attention. Among those who ...  | Read.. 
Temple of death
It takes just one-and-a-half hours for a corpse to be incinerated at a temperature of about 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit, which is the recommended temperature for electric crematoriums; it can take four hours or more if you use an open-air wood-fuelled f...  | Read.. 
Make a clean breast of it
Killing fields
The King and I
Beat that!
KILLING FIELDS: An artistís depiction of the massacre in Amritsar; cover of the book
Dyer consequences
Smoke screen
Fruitful deal
British monopoly
Nightís loss
Why ladies are not gents
How frightfully unfair. Iím talking of the Bill in New York which will make it mandatory that p...  | Read..