The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Scanning the past
One of the ‘side effects’, so to say, of the email-and-SMS age is the decline in snail mail or letter-writing in urban areas. What’s more, not many keep a record of what has been written — the delete key is used all too often, by both the writer and ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
On a sinking boat
Sir — I have been supporting Mohun Bagan since 1947, when I was nine. I left the country in 1964 bu ...  | Read.. 
Change of heart
Sir — The reports “Umar or Umesh, all’s unfair in love” (April 12) and “Mixed marriage row” (April ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — I would like to raise a few points about Ashok Mitra’s article on Kashmir (“ Perceptions in ...  | Read.. 
If it is religion’s job to make people feel guilty, then genetics was invented to provide the excuses. What would human being...| Read.. 
Money come lately
Chocolate and gold
The louder the better
Not at home
What ails the sadhvi'
Gabbar and Basanti in class
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