The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A quantum leap
The Elysee Palace, it would seem, has no faith in astrology. If its present occupant, Jacques Chirac, had faith in soothsayers ' like politicians in India and elsewhere in the Orient ' they would have doubtless convinced him that this is an inauspici...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
In all sincerity
Sir ' Aveek Sarkar has done a wonderful job taking us through a forgotten and forbidden part of the world ...  | Read.. 
The decision taken by France to supply nuclear power plants to India is significant and timely. The decision announced during...| Read.. 
All politics may be local, but not all local politics is in the public interest. Such politics is sometimes a game of oneupma...| Read.. 
On the fast track
Recently, the United Progressive Alliance government had stated that dedicated freight corridors for railways will be introdu...  | Read.. 
The stars in our firmament
The celebrity cult is well-suited to the Indian character. In our mythology, gods have regularly deigned to live among us to perform their divine deeds, and have, on occasion,...  | Read.. 
In one word, man knows that he is miserable and therefore he is miserable because he knows it; but he is also worthy, because he knows his condition. ' BLAISE PASCAL