The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bearing the post
The minister for external affairs was proceeding to Tehran to represent the country at the week-long anniversary celebrations of Iranís Islamic Revolution. A young journalist in New Delhi put across a question to the minister: was he carrying a messa...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
In a fix
Sir ó The fact that the Nagpur police are suspecting the West Indian cricketer, Marlon Samuels, of ...  | Read.. 
No ticket to ride
Sir ó It seems that the members of Lalu Prasadís extended family have a penchant for breaking rules ...  | Read.. 
If politics is the art of survival, Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav seems to have mastered it. His skills ó already evident when he pu...| Read.. 
Subcontinental river disputes, like the rivers themselves, tend to go on for ever. So it took 16 years, the World Bank, and i...| Read.. 
A Plan That Cannot Work
The Delhi master plan is out and notified but experts, architects and town-planners, not employed by the government, say that...  | Read.. 
Every reformation must have its victims. You canít expect the fatted calf to share the enthusiasm of the angels over the prodigalís return. ó H.H. MUNRO
Ninety minutes
The Ball is Round By David Goldblatt, Viking, £18...  | Read.. 
Elopements, palace dramas, footpath manuals and furtive kisses
Love in South Asia: A cultural History Edited by Francesca Orsini, Camb...  | Read.. 
Genius against hubris
Indiaís Historic Battles: from Alexander the great to Kargil By Kaushik Roy...  | Read.. 
Good biography of a good man
Leonard Woolf is conveniently known as Virginiaís husband. He should also b...  | Read.. 

At Moon Suzukiís funeral