The Telegraph
Saturday , January 12 , 2013
Since 1st March, 1999

A Tendulkar trophy

Following the well-attended (and incident-free) one-day series between India and Pakistan — the first since the Mumbai terror attacks of November 2008...   | Read..
In mutual interest: India and Iran
In its first major diplomatic engagement of the new year, India hosted Iran’s supreme national security council secretary and...  | Read.. 
Letters to the Editor
Cold comfort
Sir — North India is reeling under a severe cold spell. One worries about the plight of the underp ...  | Read.. 
Horror ride
Sir — I toured the Sundarbans with the West Bengal tourism department recently and was lucky enough ...  | Read.. 
Magic mountain
Sir — Anusua Mukherjee should be thanked for her lyrical essays on the Kanchenjunga and on Darjeel ...  | Read.. 


It needs no special powers of observation and deduction to arrive at the conclusion that the law and order situation is deter...   | Read..
Waiting for the satiric touch
Bani Abidi, whose exhibition titled Then It Was Moulded Anew was held at Experimenter gallery from December 5 to January 5, belongs to that breed of savvy, young artis...  | Read.. 
Flower women
The outlines are heavy, black, Rouaultesque; the form is simplified, summary, gently distorted; the paint —acrylic, with which oil pastel is often combined — is a welter of sh...  | Read.. 
Nature’s scents and colours
Nature, with its colours, fragrances and beauty, enchanted Rabindranath Tagore throughout his life. To him, the essence of his freedom was his love for the universe and nature...  | Read.. 
Because memory and sensations are so uncertain, so biased, we always rely on a certain reality — call it an alternate reality — to prove the reality of events. To what extent facts we recognize as such really are as they seem, and to what extent these are facts merely because we label them as such, is an impossible distinction to draw. Therefore, in order to pin down reality as reality, we need another reality to relativize the first. Yet that other reality requires a third reality to serve as its grounding. — HARUKI MURAKAMI