The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The other revolution of 1857
This article begins with a wilful act of plagiarism. Its title is borrowed ó or stolen ó from a news report printed in this paper earlier in the year (The Telegraph, January 12, 2006). The report was on an exhibition mounted by the National A...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
When love and hate collide
Sir ó Celebrating Valentineís Day is certainly a risky proposition in some parts of India, what wi ...  | Read.. 
Second chance
Sir ó It has been reported in sections of the media that Amar Singh and Chandrababu Naidu have pro ...  | Read.. 
It is important for India that its President does not take himself too seriously. In a modern democracy, he ought not to have...| Read.. 
Itís all in the mind
The word andrology was new to me. Blackinsonís Medical Dictionary defines it as ďthe science of diseases of the male s...  | Read.. 
But Jesus, when you donít have any money, the problem is food. When you have money, itís sex. When you have health, you worry about getting ruptured or something. If everything is simply jake then youíre frightened of death. ó J.P. DONLEAVY
Itís all in the mind
Few winners of the Nobel Prize for economics are household names. But the film A Beautiful Mind made John Nash a celebrity ó ...  | Read..