The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
City of dreams gone sour
Returning at night to the mother-city recently, the driver brought me via Rajarhat and I saw the sign-posts of the future. Frighteningly, those anti-oases of glass and concrete in the middle of an empty expanse looked pretty much like the pres...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Hits and misses
Sir — “Sonia jet in air-miss” (Sept 19) shows how dangerous it is to cross the path of India’s most ...  | Read.. 
A game in ruin
Sir — In the olden days, cricket was played at a leisurely pace. Matches were held once in a while ...  | Read.. 
There is something peculiarly inhuman about a face that can go on smiling without ever getting tired. One thinks of inscrutab...| Read.. 
Down, but not out
The wrong choice
Not flowers, but words
Yesterday once more
Stuck in a moment
Nuclear brothers
He thought what a pity it was that all his faces were designed to express rage or loathing. Now that something had happened that really deserved a face, he’d none to celebrate it with. As a kind of token, he made his Sex Life in Ancient Rome face. — KINGSLEY AMIS
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