The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A winner at the end
In a little over a year's time, the term of the current president of India will come to an end. Good man though he is, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is unlikely to get a second term, a privilege thus far accorded only to the first holder of the office, Rajendra...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Whose welfare is it anyway'
Sir ' Two photographs appearing side by side in The Telegraph of April 3 speak volumes of th ...  | Read.. 
Justice fast
Sir ' Whether against celebrity figures or squatters, the law of the land should be invoked evenly. ...  | Read.. 
The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there. Many north Indians feel that the statement would lose none o...| Read.. 
Antidote to suffering
'Once an elderly general practitioner consulted me because of his severe depression. He could not overcome the loss of his wi...  | Read.. 
It is not you or I that is important, neither what sort we might be nor how we came to be each where we are. What is important is anyone's coming awake and discovering a place...What is important is the moment of opening a life and feeling it touch ' with an electric hiss and cry ' this speckled mineral sphere, our present world. ' ANNIE DILLARD
Macho ado about nothing
Salman Khan, Bollywood’s enfant terrible, has had a most chequered career outside of cinema...  | Read..