The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Belief into fetish
Of all the Heramba Maitra stories, whether salacious or libellous, the one I like best is about his two small wards who mixed up their tram tickets. Since each ticket was printed “Not transferable”, Heramba Maitra threw away the old ones, bought two ...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Have a pleasant journey
Sir — I am thankful to the Calcutta high court for pulling up railway authorities for their dereli ...  | Read.. 
No help in sight
Sir — It is shocking to see the AIFF chief, Priya Ranjan Das Munshi, making silly excuses to explai ...  | Read.. 
Indian truckers seem to be the most sensible people in the country. They merrily cheered their way through Richard Gere kissi...| Read.. 
Sorry, but the PM is on the line
Name-dropping is an art practised by most ambitious people who want to appear more important than they are. It has become so ...  | Read.. 
Fusing body and soul
On March 31 and April 8, lovers of Indian classical dance and music in Calcutta saw a wonderful festival organized by Kalamandalam, Calcutta. The programmes were held at Madhu...  | Read.. 
Two adaptations
More and more Bengali groups are leaving behind the ideological credo of socialist realism and exploring other avenues for sources, even commercial British genres. Two current...  | Read.. 
Different strokes
Ripe Green at Nakshatra gallery (ended on April 15) was an exhibition of paintings by seven artists trained at Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan. The young artists are trying t...  | Read.. 
Why remember'...  | Read.. 
It was that verse about becoming again as a little child that caused the first sharp waning of my Christian sympathies. If the Kingdom of Heaven could be entered only by those fulfilling such a condition I knew I should be unhappy there. — PHILIP LARKIN