The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Past the Tokyo trials
The prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, is looked upon with utmost suspicion by China and both Koreas for his attempts to put an end to the one-sided “Tokyo Trials” view of history. It was therefore surprising that the many friends of Beijing and Py...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Without mercy
Sir — Over the last few days, a barrage of reports and photographs have adequately focussed on the ...  | Read.. 
The Bharatiya Janata Party must decide on its own identity. No, the reference is not to its advocacy, or otherwise, of Hin...| Read.. 
The principle of equality under the law leaves the dispensers of law in a slightly anomalous position. They might be anxious ...| Read.. 
Promises get stifled
It was wonderful to see all the rounded-up comrades — those who follow blindly, who have no clue about the details of the 123...  | Read.. 
Tell me, O Octopus, I begs,/ Is those things arms, or is they legs'/I marvel at thee, Octopus;/ If I were thou, I’d call me Us. — OGDEN NASH
Dizzy heights
In ancient India, people used kites to send messages to the gods. From the late 19th century, ...  | Read.. 
Yet they were an honourable lot
Non-resident Indians claim to carry their culture in their heart wherever t...  | Read.. 
River Phoenix
The next time you admire the Kanpur leather handbag your friend ...  | Read.. 
Secrets of a family revealed
This book begins with a ringing denial of one of the most famous opening li...  | Read.. 

Blood and the Bible