The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
How the patriarchs speak
Not surprisingly, dramatic dialogues in any episode of the long-running sangh parivar soap draw heavily from the Ramayana, the Mahabharata and our rich heritage of Sanskrit shlokas. The patriarchs of the parivar cast thems...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Time to retire
Sir — “Pained Basu asks why” (June 20) talks of Jyoti Basu’s hurt at seeing ...  | Read.. 
In all fairness
Sir ' The fact that the president, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, had to reprimand state governors recently in ...  | Read.. 
Sunday, when municipal elections were held in Salt Lake and Calcutta, will be remembered as the day the Left Front government...| Read.. 
Backwardness is sometimes the result of daftness in the high places. This was recently the case in Uttar Pradesh ' India's la...| Read.. 
To stand alone as creator
The Reliance empire has finally been divided with the elder brother inheriting and holding the 'flagship'. The younger one ha...  | Read.. 
Make them pay for it
The Rs 8-crore damages claimed against the Vishwa Hindu Parishad ...  | Read.. 
From one grind to another
The scenes are familiar: long snaking files of young people, anxious parents in tow, waiting patiently under a scorching sun to get admission. To most of us, they are part of ...  | Read..