The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bountiful happiness
As if the nightmare of collapsing dominoes that haunted John Foster Dulles in the Fifties is coming to frightening reality half a century later. But not in Asia; in Latin America. In country after country, the United States of America's proconsuls ar...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Will this blow over'
Sir ' 'Demolition light on bribe' (Dec 20), had the Delhi mayor, Satbir Singh, admitting that the f ...  | Read.. 
Girls' night out
Sir ' The out-of-work bar girls of Mumbai are justified in showing their anger against the deputy c ...  | Read.. 
For a brief period of three years at the beginning of the millennium, the current account recorded a surplus — the first sinc...| Read.. 
A sensible king knows how to save the monarchy. He also knows how to tailor his reign to the demands of a democratic age. Nep...| Read.. 
Room for wonder
Driving through India, and in this instance through Rajasthan, one connects with the unusual greatness of the fabric of this ...  | Read.. 
The soul is placed in the body like a rough diamond, and must be polished, or the lustre of it will never appear. ' DANIEL DEFOE
No fear of libel
Great Lives: A Century in Obituaries Edited by Ian Brunskill, Times, ' ...  | Read.. 
When the tough get going
Making News: Women in Journalism By Ammu Joseph, Penguin, Rs 325...  | Read.. 
Into the king's den
Gir Forest and the saga of the Asiatic Lion, By Sudipta Mitra, Indus, ...  | Read.. 
Straight from the sewer
The Take By Martina Cole, Headline, ' 11.99...  | Read.. 
The lord of the Book
Jesus and Yahweh The Names Divine By Harold Bloom, Riverhead, $ 24.95...  | Read.. 

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