The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Back on the Ram rath
The rumpus over Advani's remarks provides an occasion to reflect not only on the future but on India's past. How he interprets his party's future is closely tied to the idea of India and the movement he has espoused for much of the last century....  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Fresh look at history
Sir ' The way L.K. Advani was forced to resign for making a historically true statement about Pakis ...  | Read.. 
Ordinary citizens may not find the police at their side when they are in danger in the middle of the night. That may be becau...| Read.. 
It was a combination of big business, criminal realtors and contract-killing. But it all went ridiculously wrong because of a...| Read.. 
Think before you leap
Some of the early reactions to the French and Dutch 'No' votes on the new European constitution were quite hysterical. 'I may...  | Read.. 
Sanyas over Jinnah' No way
L.K. Advani unfortunately is no Jassi when it comes to makeovers. It is only at a tremendous political cost that Advani has realized that politics in India cannot be left to s...  | Read.. 
Off-side on a foreign field
Subrata Dutta, vice- president of the All India Football Federation, has got it only partially correct. An elated Dutta had described the day on which the AIFF decided to revo...  | Read.. 
Nothing is accidental in the universe ' this is one of my Laws of Physics ' except the entire universe, which is Pure Accident, pure divinity. ' JOYCE CAROL OATES