The Telegraph
Saturday , June 16 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Dams and the damned

In September 2010, a large public meeting was held in Guwahati to discuss the impact of large hydroelectric projectsn...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
King of clay
Sir — Rafael Nadal winning a record seventh French Open title confirms his status as the greatest c ...  | Read.. 
Blind souls
Sir — India is a country that ranks behind most other nations on the human development index. Yet i ...  | Read.. 
Two faces
Sir — Parents forgetting their child behind in a restaurant is an example of carelessness. But when ...  | Read.. 


“Good gracious…I must have left her somewhere.” She then starts calling up friends, stores and...   | Read..
The curious nature of summer
Summer is bad for art. The slump almost wiped out the already marginalized Calcutta art mart, and the unbearable summer heat has dealt it a death blow. Galerie 88 was one of t...  | Read.. 
Fluid movement
Jahnavi Centre For Performing Arts presented Rabindranath Tagore’s Tasher Desh at Gyan Manch on June 6. In ‘Tasher Desh’, austerity, strict rules and discipline reign...  | Read.. 
Sweet, smooth and promising
It was an honest endeavour by Kolkata Music Forum. The organization arranged a programme at the Birla Academy of Art & Culture to present the new generation of Indian clas...  | Read.. 
Life in a corrupt nation
There are a few men and women who manage to hog the limelight by telling us every day what we have known all our lives. They ...  | Read.. 
Words! Mere words! How terrible they were! How clear, and vivid, and cruel! One could not escape from them. And yet what a subtle magic there was in them! They seemed to be able to give a plastic form to formless things, and to have a music of their own as sweet as that of viol or of lute. Mere words! Was there anything so real as words? — OSCAR WILDE