The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Ways of an antique land
Every English-speaking Indian man between 25 and 60 has written about the Hindi movies he has seen, the English books he has read, the foreign places he has travelled to and the curse of communalism. You mightn’t have read them all (there are a lot o...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Stinging deal
Sir — The recent incident of a teacher shooting pornographic video clips of her students is profoun ...  | Read.. 
Squalor and the city
Sir — As shown by Surendra Munshi in his perceptive article, “Decline of a city” (Aug 30), the char ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — One wonders what message the Left Front wants to give out to the nation by celebrating the In ...  | Read.. 
Bengal has a history of bad politics ruining good economics. The recent debates on new industries show how that tradition con...| Read.. 
Pakistan has perhaps never seen so much daredevilry in such a short spate. Only two months ago, pro-taliban militants in the ...| Read.. 
Nothing But The Genuine Stuff
A Sunday evening in a small city in south China. News has appeared on the expat website about the opening of a new pizza plac...  | Read.. 
How to wake the sleeping giant
In June 2007, when Bob Houghton completed one year as India’s national coach, he made a stunning disclosure in Delhi. “We haven’t progressed at all in the last one year,” he ...  | Read.. 
Like every writer, he measured the virtues of other writers by their performances, and asked that they measure him by what he conjectured or planned. — JORGE LUIS BORGES