The Telegraph
Thursday , June 20 , 2013

A mosaic fascism

At the suggestion of Subhashini Ali I recently visited Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh to speak along with her at a public seminar. As we drove from Kanpur to Faizabad, two Muslim youths, Wasif and Mumtaz, who are known to her...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Bad idea
Sir — Efforts are being made by several leaders such as Nitish Kumar, Mamata Banerjee and Naveen Pa ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — Sexual assaults on women are increasing rapidly in West Bengal. The ruling government has dem ...  | Read.. 


just look at the rapid depreciation in the rupee’s value against global currencies (it lost nearly seven per cent in just th...   | Read..


There must be something wrong about a law that says that the people or their elected representatives have no right to decide ...   | Read..
Stories from the subway
Do the millions who use Beijing’s subway have the time and space to look at their scantily-clad female co-passengers? Beijing...  | Read.. 
Winner all the way
From all accounts, the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang, appears to have made a mark by making all the politically correct noises during his recent visit to India. So much so that ...  | Read.. 
Years of rot
In a talk that was delivered more than a decade ago in Delhi, the late field marshal, S.H.F.J. Manekshaw (also known as Sam Bahadur), had said thunderingly that if he is given...  | Read.. 
Try to discover who I am from my choice of words and colours, as attentive people like yourselves might examine footprints to catch a thief. — ORHAN PAMUK