The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mulling over Mittal
For reasons that have as much to do with ethnicity as with national pride, Lakshmi Mittal's doughty success in effecting the merger of the Luxembourg-registered Arcelor SA with his Mittal Steel has been widely celebrated in India. Apart from being se...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Willow power
Sir ' I cannot help agreeing with the views of Ramachandra Guha's correspondent, Vimal Kumar, on so ...  | Read.. 
Fruits of labour
Sir ' The price of tomatoes might have risen steeply in the capital but the farmers who produce it ...  | Read.. 
Policies are sometimes quite mysterious. What, for example, was the policy behind the induction of women into the armed force...| Read.. 
Major changes in any sphere stir up passions. More so if the changes threaten traditional livelihoods of the people. There is...| Read.. 
Bring back the legacy
Can you imagine an Indian soccer team playing like the sides we have been privileged to watch on television during this World...  | Read.. 
Humanity does not pass through phases as a train passes through stations: being alive, it has the privilege of always moving yet never leaving anything behind. ' C.S. LEWIS
Inside colour
Red By Irwin Allan Sealy Picador, '16.99...  | Read.. 
A patriot and a socialist in the league of youth
Crusader extraordinary: Krishna Menon and the India league, 1932-36 By ...  | Read.. 
The many shades of love
THE BROOKLYN FOLLIES By Paul Auster, Faber, '10.99...  | Read.. 
What goes between the covers
Begin with a simple axiom: more bad books are published than good books. Pu...  | Read.. 

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