The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 18 , 2013

Education and equality

Tagore has an epigram: “The grubbing worm thinks, how stupid of humans not to know that books are for eating!”...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Mighty fall
Sir — The editorial, “Fall and exile” (June 12), is an excellent analysis of the recent behaviour o ...  | Read.. 
An apology
The photograph of Sunil Janah that was published along with Ramachandra Guha’s article, “Good man, ...  | Read.. 


A political alliance must end when its survival becomes untenable. The ruling coalition in Bihar had been doomed from the tim...   | Read..


The people of Iran can now claim to have brought on their own spring. In a clear verdict, Iran’s electorate has chosen the mo...   | Read..
Pudding with treacle
Yet again, the Congress has reiterated that it is the master of the status quo. Despite the massive generational shift...  | Read.. 
The bridge on the river Padma
As the finance minister of Bangladesh, A.M.A. Muhith read out on June 6 what he describes as the last budget of his chequered political career, Bangladesh finally sent out a c...  | Read.. 
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