The Telegraph
Thursday , May 30 , 2013

Violence and democracy

On April 15 this year, as news broke of the bombings at the Boston Marathon, I was worried and afraid for the many people I knew in Boston. But I was also puzzled at the attacks, since the city had never struck me, when I lived there between 2007 and 2011, as a likely site for ...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Down memory lane
Sir — The article, “Ideology and friendship” — written under the abbreviated name “A.M.” and publis ...  | Read.. 


If it had not been so inevitable, it would have been tragic. On his visit to Japan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh acknowledge...   | Read..


No rallies, no posters or graffiti, no money power and no violence. Welcome to an election with a difference. Bhutan may be a...   | Read..
Adverse effects
One should take note of some indisputable facts to assess the implications of the Italy-India defence deal and the fishermen’...  | Read.. 
The league of shadows
While turning down a public interest litigation that sought a stay on this year’s tainted Indian Premier League — the sixth edition of the tournament ended on May 26 — the ape...  | Read.. 
Fight to the finish
It was the 1932-33 Ashes tournament. The England team, under the captaincy of Douglas Jardine, were employing the controversial “Bodyline” bowling ploy against the Australian ...  | Read.. 
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