The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
He loved French cuisine
In his memoirs of his early struggling years, Living to tell the Tale, Gabriel García Márquez affectionately mentions a friend. This friend, a colleague in small-town journalism, had a rather unusual pastime. He would ferret out errors, albeit...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Futile mission
Sir — The tragic death of Soumik Basu, a third year electrical engineering student of the Bengal En ...  | Read.. 
When Reliance split, its gas discoveries in the Krishna-Godavari basin went to Mr Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries. It ha...| Read.. 
Faith is meant to be a leap in the dark. But sometimes that darkness is simply a state of benightedness. When thousands of me...| Read.. 
Way out of this mess
Common sense has prevailed. Most of the Israeli troops who were sent into south Lebanon last weekend have already retreated, ...  | Read.. 
Too many commitments too late
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s reply to the debate in parliament on the Indo-US civilian nuclear cooperation deal indicates a change in the government’s position. This change...  | Read.. 
To strengthen daily resources
Both for power generation and all other applications of nuclear energy, progress and improvements are underpinned by continuing basic nuclear research. The realisation of fusi...  | Read.. 
A meeting is an occasion when people gather together, some to say what they do not think, and others not to say what they really do.— VLADIMIR VOINOVICH