The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The mall and the teashop
Retail trade in Indian cities is undergoing a revolution. The local teashop, boutique, bakery, drugstore, grocer or the small joint round the corner selling garments and apparel are all feeling the heat of competition from newly emerging giant shoppi...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Exit politics
Sir ' It is hard to understand the rationale behind the axing of Sourav Ganguly. Poor form cannot b ...  | Read.. 
The commerce ministry and the commerce minister are congratulating themselves for victory at the World Trade Organization's H...| Read.. 
The bizarre attempt to hand over Deshapriya Park to a fair has been stalled. But this has not stopped the mayor of Calcutta, ...| Read.. 
To stem the flow
The confidence-building measures notwithstanding, one cannot say that cross-border terrorism has come to a complete hault in ...  | Read.. 
All bark, no bite
The United Progressive Alliance government recently introduced the communal violence (prevention, control and rehabilitation of victims) bill in the parliament towards the ful...  | Read.. 
New routes in the drug trail
Some 200 million people, or 5 per cent of the world's population age 15-64, have used drugs at least once in the last 12 months. This is 15 million higher than last year's est...  | Read.. 
If there is a heaven it's no doubt already filled ' with horses, chickens, lambs, and other poor creatures. People will simply not get in. ' LOUIS DUDEK