The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Why Tagore'
“Why Tagore'”, asked a brilliant young mathematician of me recently. He was referring to an article of mine which had singled out Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and B.R. Ambedkar as the ‘builders’ of modern India. “I can unders...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Still a class apart
Sir — What was significant about Sachin Tendulkar’s knock of 93 in the second one-day match against ...  | Read.. 
Harsh measures
Sir — Some time ago, the media reported the death of K. Yadaiah, who was allegedly kidnapped by age ...  | Read.. 
Sir --- The book reviewed by Chirosree Basu on July 6 (“Reflections on the nature of love, grief an ...  | Read.. 
A bunch of kindly people has suddenly become terribly important for a certain section of the media. They are called Close Fri...| Read.. 
Children of Satan
If there was a public opinion poll conducted to find out which are the most despised professions in the world, I have little ...  | Read.. 
Unhappy arrangement
It appears that the brains behind Odeon either don’t read this newspaper or disregard constructive criticism. Last year, we had lambasted them for bringing both outside produc...  | Read.. 
Find the missing spirit
If dhrupad is not for mere entertainment of mortals but for the delight of the gods, then a proper ambience needs to be created for a satisfactory singing and listening...  | Read.. 
Long tale cut short
Gallery Nakshatra’s current exhibition (till July 10) is ambitiously titled, “A Tale of Four Cities”. The artists are from Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Calcutta, so the title ...  | Read.. 
Without cheer...  | Read.. 
When Eve ate this particular apple, she became aware of her own womanhood, mentally. And mentally she began to experiment with it. She has been experimenting ever since. So has man. To the rage and horror of both of them. — D.H. LAWRENCE