The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Woman on the move
Indians have been peripatetic for centuries, travelling both within the country and abroad, and with British rule, employment-related middle-class migration picked up. Some planned their ventures meticulously, often following family members who had m...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Dangerous trend
Sir — Lawlessness in Bihar continues unabated despite the grand promises made by the chief minister ...  | Read.. 
Content control
Sir — A costumed half-beast-half-human warrior with Bambi eyes splatters an enormous amount of bloo ...  | Read.. 
It is perhaps too much to expect the director of a top national medical institute and a minister in charge of the nation’s he...| Read.. 
In India, what do most board examinations examine' Memory, stamina and canniness in predicting questions, rather than the stu...| Read.. 
It’s A Chinese Love Story
He came to China when he was posted in his country’s embassy in Beijing. That was way back in the Nineties, when the American...  | Read.. 
More for the big shopper
As you climb Sukanta Setu towards Santoshpur, a vertical oddity suddenly pierces the view to the right from underneath as it raises itself over the rooftops in the distance. I...  | Read.. 
Oranges and lemons, sold for a penny
Ishad Ahmed is a fruit-seller seated on a low perch outside the rear entrance to the Park Circus market. On a drizzling late afternoon, he looks gloomier than the ten-odd dust...  | Read.. 
The countries which we long for occupy, at any given moment, a far larger place in our actual life than the country in which we happen to be. — MARCEL PROUST
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