The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Marooned in their myths
The Bengali bhadralok and their id'es fixe are not easily parted. The current year marks a full century since the Bengal Presidency was divided by the British rulers and a new province, Eastern Bengal and Assam, was carved out. To Benga...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
What's in a dress'
Sir ' As a woman, born and brought up in India, I harbour no illusions about the strictures passed ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir' Why do drivers impatiently blow their horns while waiting for the traffic signal lights to cha ...  | Read.. 
It might become difficult for a young woman with an uncomplicated relationship with her own body to live in Mumbai. This is b...| Read.. 
It could be wrong to be over-optimistic about the outcome of the recent talks between the foreign secretaries of India and Ba...| Read.. 
To keep things in order
'The great force on which we must rely is the hatred of the cruelty and waste of war which now exists. As soon as the war is ...  | Read.. 
Aizawl notebook
“Outsider” Indivar Kamtekar takes a peek into the world of the reluctant Indians...  | Read.. 
Walking the road blindfolded
The Jadavpur University impasse raises some fundamental questions about present day student politics in India. Our freedom movement saw widespread student participation; stude...  | Read.. 
In the...government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence,... by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced powers exists and will persist. ' DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER