The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The happiness paradox
Economic prosperity, we believe, unlocks the door to happiness. If we could only unchain Prometheus and unleash the miracle of economic growth, our intelligentsia suggests that we would find ourselves in a species of earthly paradise...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
No changes, please
Sir — The Part I undergraduate examinations of the Calcutta University are finally over, after a month-and-a-half ...  | Read.. 
Cry freedom
Sir ' It is curious to hear a staunch Marxist like Ashok Mitra speaking against an American action ...  | Read.. 
Individuals embody certain trends, that is their only importance in history. Mr L.K. Advani, the president of the Bharatiya J...| Read.. 
Ethnic politics can both unite and divide people. If a state has a complex ethnic mix like Manipur's, demographic issues can ...| Read.. 
How the game was lost
In the immediate aftermath of the Babri Masjid demolition, a saffron journalist had written that 'we are all kar sevaks...  | Read.. 
Ready to move on
By accepting that India had gained from British rule, Manmohan Singh showed that he leads a nation which looks ahead, says Bhaskar Ghose The author is former secretary, ministry of information and broadcasting...  | Read.. 
Work together for a healthier world
Extracts from the WHO’s revised international health regulations, adopted at the World Health Assembly, May 16, 2005...  | Read.. 
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