The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Almanac politics
The suggestion that decision-making in public life should be dictated by the almanac sounds preposterous, laughable and very Indian. Yet, observing the National Council of the BJP last week at Lucknow, I could not be struck by the remarkable prescien...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Welcome back
Sir Sourav Ganguly, who is on a comeback trail, seems to have settled down in the Indian side (S ...  | Read.. 
History is about yesterday, but life is not. So it follows that life cannot be lived looking backwards. Yet this is what thos...| Read.. 
Boycotting polls is not always the best means of protesting against electoral frauds. For such a step does not serve the ulti...| Read.. 
Face the divisive forces
The Bharatiya Janata Party, having decided to go the whole hog on Hindutva, as defined by them, will now have to defin...  | Read.. 
God is really only another artist. He invented the giraffe, the elephant, and the cat. He has no real style. He just goes on trying other things. PABLO PICASSO
In the heart of the country
Seeing through the stones: By Dipendra Raychau...  | Read.. 
Intricate and varied domains
The picture of the haram is frozen. It is seen as the repository of ...  | Read.. 
The market, media and more
Book publishing became an integral part of the communications industry in ...  | Read.. 
Two faces of history
The Aryan Debate Edited by Thomas R. Trautmann, Oxford, Rs 545...  | Read.. 
Experiments in life
In a forest, a deer: Stories by Ambai Translated by Lakshmi Holmström, ...  | Read.. 

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