The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Embracing other selves
Like all writers, I am often asked about my 'social commitment' as a writer. I prefer to ask this question of myself a little differently. How do I use my writing ' and my reading, which takes up more of my life than writing ' to resist the various e...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
The way out of the mess
Sir ' Now that the prime minister has taken up the issue of reservations himself, he might consider ...  | Read.. 
Slow but steady
Sir ' The sentencing of Bir Singh Mahata, the member of parliament from Forward Bloc, to ten years ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir ' It is sad that the actor, Feroz Khan, has been banned from entering Pakistan ('Pervez bans Fe ...  | Read.. 
A week is a long time in politics, and a year a short time in the building of a cricket team. But twelve months is a long eno...| Read.. 
Missing the code
Friendly gestures
Fooled by faith
Worship on air
Stunned by the numbers
Happy to talk
The spectacle creates an eternal present of immediate expectation; memory ceases to be necessary or desirable. With the loss of memory the continuities of meaning and judgement are lost to us. The camera relieves us of the burden of memory. ' JOHN BERGER
How clean was my valley
Women carrying mobile phones have been attacked. Boys walking with girls have been manhandled. A sense of disquiet persists in Kashmir ...  | Read..