The Telegraph
Tuesday , September 25 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

A visit that can wait

The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, while publicly expressing his keenness to visit Pakistan, has also voiced his expectation several times that the outcome would be substantial. It was earlier speculated that by something “substantial” he had agreements on Siachen and Sir Creek in mind....   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Wrong move
Sir — The editorial, “Lady gambles” (Sept 20), is of the view that “the real victim of the populist ...  | Read.. 
Broken promise
Sir — The commission headed by Justice M.B. Shah that was probing illegal mining in Goa has wasted ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, urged the people not to be misled by the Opposition and a ...  | Read.. 


It pays to admit guilt and go for a course correction. It should be good for Bangladesh that its prime minister, Sheikh Hasin...   | Read..


Distance lends enchantment to the view. The best view, it may be argued, is no view at all — precisely the effect that emails...   | Read..
Play for Money
It is both farcical and sad to see members of the ‘split Team Anna’ squabbling over which lot has the jurisdiction over the r...  | Read.. 
Pink puzzles and fleeting mysteries
One of the very first teasers that I encountered was promoting a Bengali film. Strips of cheap, pink paper covered prominent walls of the city — on them was printed, “Bhora...  | Read.. 
Looking in the wrong place
Every year, after Durga Puja is over and a pall of gloom has descended on the city, and on my heavy heart — one enjoys being overly dramatic every now and then, and there prob...  | Read.. 
Time passes
On a rare day of leisure a few weeks back, when I was busy cultivating the art of doing nothing by staring intently out of the window from the depths of the bed, my mind aligh...  | Read.. 
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