The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Daddy knows best
It is an ill wind that blows nobody any good. Viewed from that angle, the current controversy over so-called Special Economic Zones has at least brought to the fore a number of issues with respect to citizens’ rights and the rights of the State....  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Little trouble
Sir — I feel obliged to comment on Vishnupriya Sengupta’s article, “Ways to catch them young” (Aug ...  | Read.. 
Might is not right
Sir — Many of us have been scandalized by recent events in Hyderabad. The physical assault on Tasli ...  | Read.. 
The prime minister does not generally waste words. He tries to say something significant — even if it is a ceremonial speech ...| Read.. 
A chief minister taking regretful notice of the death of a rickshaw-puller would disarm many. Sudhangshusekhar Das died of co...| Read.. 
To Set The House In Order
Since Prakash Karat is not an elected leader, he cannot debate the pros and cons of the nuclear deal in parliament. He, there...  | Read.. 
I always say that if you want a speech made you should ask a man, but if you want something done you should ask a woman. — MARGARET THATCHER
Moving a nation
Great Speeches of Modern India Edited by Rudrangshu Mukherjee, Random ...  | Read.. 
From the dream factory
Filming: A love story By Tabish Khair, Picador, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
The legacy of the age of extremes
Globalisation, democracy and terrorism By Eric Hobsbawm, Little, Brown,...  | Read.. 
Miss out on the link
Susan Sontag, one of America’s best-known writers and a leading commentator...  | Read.. 

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