The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The luck of the draw
People, including prime ministers, rise to the level of their responsibilities. If thatís not one of Parkinsonís Laws, it should be. To suggest otherwise is to imply, first, that birth is the ultimate determinant of personality and achievement, and...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Uncouth ways
Sir ó One cannot but agree with Mukul Kesavanís unflattering views on the ugliness of the Indian m ...  | Read.. 
It will be ironic if on the sixtieth anniversary of independence, India snatches defeat from the jaws of victory. This is wha...| Read.. 
Had it not been for the Generalís sudden change of heart only days ago, Pakistan would have celebrated the 60th anniversary o...| Read.. 
Man And Machine
Although much has been said about the length of runways and the slippery surface caused by rain, what remains unsaid is that ...  | Read.. 
What if India had not become independent
How a person lavishes adulation and articulates abuse is more often than not a commentary on both the individual and his social milieu. ...  | Read.. 
Whatís the score on Indiaís covert operations
In an unusual display of openness early this year, the Research & Analysis Wing, India’s external intelligence agency, invited Shashi Tharoor, ...  | Read.. 
What India had if been liberal
The story of the Independence movement is told in terms of Gandhiji and his followers who opposed colonial rule, braved bullets and sticks and spent years ...  | Read.. 
What did India learn from its wars
The bullet tore into the fibreglass and tore out of it. Subedar Brahm Singh was holding in his hand the helmet given to him by one of his men. He stared hard at it, disbelievi...  | Read.. 
ĎIsnít that lovely'í she sighed. ĎItís my favourite programme ó fifteen minutes of silence ó and after that thereís a half hour of quiet and then an interlude of lull. ó NORTON JUSTER