The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The moving finger
The script follows its own inexorable grammar. The International Atomic Energy Agency has voted in September. It will, for routine's sake, take another vote in November. It does not really matter whether India chooses to reverse its vote in this seco...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
A crime that pays
Sir ' The National Commission for Women has announced a scheme which aims at doling out financial, ...  | Read.. 
Out of service
Sir ' Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited is charging service tax of 10.2 per cent on the sale of modems r ...  | Read.. 
The hideousness of a terror attack may perhaps only be assessed in terms of the uncountable: the measure of innocence, joy an...| Read.. 
A small step, but good enough to break the ice. That perhaps is the best way to view the outcome of the talks between the hom...| Read.. 
Licence to kill
Last Sunday in Brazil, a country with the second-highest rate of gun deaths on the planet, almost two-thirds of Brazilians vo...  | Read.. 
Stay the course on Nepal
These are testing times for Indian policy towards Nepal. King Gyanendra is trying to usher in a managed democracy through sham elections. The Americans are beginning to expres...  | Read.. 
Bring on the pom-pom girls
What do seven pom-pom waving women clad in mini-skirts have to do with the Federation cup, India's premier football tournament' The marketing team at Zee sports, the channel t...  | Read.. 
Sometimes you move publicly, sometimes privately. Sometimes quietly, sometimes at the top of your voice. And sometimes an active policy is best advanced by doing nothing until the right time ' or never. ' JAMES ADDISON BAKER III