The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Someone to talk to
Whenever a dictator ceases to be useful to the Americans, they begin to talk of democracy. They are doing so now about Pervez Musharraf. For India, it does not matter whether Pakistan is a dictatorship or a democracy so long as it is stable. But the ...  | Read.. 
Caste for higher things
No word of praise is enough for the resounding success of Mayavati in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. Yes, it was a per...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Loving dangerously
Sir — It seems that the opportunity to mix freely with the opposite sex is having an undesirable e ...  | Read.. 
Special treatment
Sir — A report filed by the comptroller and auditor general of India has revealed that the income t ...  | Read.. 
What women have done for years, men have thought of at last. Indian men are planning Men’s Day on the lines of International ...| Read.. 
After such knowledge
Chandana Hore’s exhibition of recent works at Gallery Akar Prakar (till May 26) begins with a series of arresting watercolours. Painted between 2002 and 2006, these works capt...  | Read.. 
The blurring of boundaries
Rangakarmee’s tribute to Manto terminates with Manto aur Manto. The conceptualizer and director, Usha Ganguli, trisected her trilogy as follows: Badnam Man...  | Read.. 
Too many, too little
Too many cooks spoiled the feast at Kalamandalam’s programme, Kalamandalam Sangeetotsav 2007, at Purbasree Hall, Bharatiyam Complex on May 12 and 13. In collaboration with the...  | Read.. 
I was about half in love with her by the time we sat down. That’s the thing about girls. Every time they do something pretty, even if they’re not much to look at, or even if they’re sort of stupid, you fall half in love with them, and then you never know where you are. — J.D. SALINGER