The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Reading the pose
From the 1840s onwards, the interface with the camera was marked by the ruling elite in various colonies patronizing a growing number of photographic studios. A couple of decades later, the indigenous urban upper and middle classes were attracted to ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
All for show
Sir ' The Padma Shri awarded to Sania Mirza is unwarranted. She has been on the circuit for barel ...  | Read.. 
Speak out
Sir ' That the speaker of the Lok Sabha, Somnath Chatterjee, had to take the help of the civic chie ...  | Read.. 
Magic baton
Sir ' Rudrangshu Mukherjee's description of the concert in New Delhi makes one want to belong to th ...  | Read.. 
But even timekeepers are subject to the ravages of time. Reports suggest that among the young the popularity of the wristwatc...| Read.. 
Fear of flying
Security check
Always a friend
Women's corner
A little reminder
What's the good word'
Most people really believe that the Christian commandments (e.g. to love one's neighbour as oneself) are intentionally a little too severe ' like putting the clock on half an hour to make sure of not being late in the morning. ' S'REN AABYE KIERKEGAARD
Dangerous liaisons
A Telegraph-Mode survey reveals that adultery is on the rise in Calcutta, reports Vishnupriya Sengupta ...  | Read..