The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Big state, bigger loss
The victory of the Bahujan Samaj Party in the Uttar Pradesh assembly election has served as an outlet for the pent-up angst of the radical Brahmin intelligentsia. Mayavati’s success in winning a clear majority in a politically fragmented state...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Tables turned
Sir — Mayavati’s victory in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections is simply incredible (“Triumph the ...  | Read.. 
If the right people cannot do their job, the courts must do it. This assumption has become so commonplace that even a complai...| Read.. 
From steel to spirits, Indian companies are confident enough to acquire international firms. The year began with the news of ...| Read.. 
Jointly spoiling the show
It both sounds and appears incredulous. In a coalition government, where the partners share the common goal of delivering the...  | Read.. 
The difficulty with humorists is that they will mix what they believe with what they don’t; whichever seems likelier to win an effect. — JOHN UPDIKE
The red carpet
Made for Each Other: Fashion and the Academy Awards By Bronwyn Cosgrave, <...  | Read.. 
Want to be one of them'
Woman on Top: How to Get Ahead at Work By Seema Goswami, Random House,...  | Read.. 
For a scholar of repute
Take four relatively new books published late in 2006 or early in 2007: Ama...  | Read.. 
An outsider’s inside view
INHALING THE MAHATMA By Christopher Kremmer, HarperCollins, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
Alternative spaces
COLONIALISM, CULTURE AND RESISTANCE By K.N. Panikkar, Oxford, Rs 595 <...  | Read.. 

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