The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cautionary tale
In April 1972, while walking aimlessly down Free School Street, a friend and I chanced upon a hawker selling forms that would enable travel between the newly-liberated Bangladesh and India. Being plain bored — it was that waiting period between the e...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Proven guilty
Sir — October 24 was truly a momentous day in the history of the Indian judiciary which saw the low ...  | Read.. 
Traffic trauma
Sir — The numerous articles published in The Telegraph on errant driving and traffic hazards ...  | Read.. 
The people of India should be grateful to Prakash Karat, the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), for...| Read.. 
It is not easy being a central banker these days. While capital inflows represent the increasing confidence in the Indian gro...| Read.. 
What Did The Trick'
One cannot help imagining a more weird scenario. Following Sonia Gandhi’s visit to China, Comrade Karat seems to have started...  | Read.. 
The more intelligence one has the more people one finds original. Commonplace people see no difference between men. — BLAISE PASCAL
Light reading
The Curtain: An essay in seven parts By Milan Kundera, Faber, Rs 395<...  | Read.. 
Unwilling adventurers into chaos and sunlight
Starbook: A Magical Tale of Love and Regeneration By Ben Okri, Rider, £...  | Read.. 
Too perfect a picture
The Elephant, the tiger and the cellphone: Reflections on India in the twen...  | Read.. 
On the east side of Everest
When Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, in the expedition led by John Hunt,...  | Read.. 

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