The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 2 , 2013

Third time round

“If he arrives as a prime minister but stays as an exile,” said Sandy Berger, any hope of a deal to withdraw Pakistani-backed forces from Indian territory would be quelled. ...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
In poor taste
Sir — Ramachandra Guha, in his article, “Hatred and suspicion” (June 29), has rightly pointed out t ...  | Read.. 
Left out
Sir — Sachin Tendulkar turned 40 recently. In a career spanning 24 years, Tendulkar has almost all ...  | Read.. 


Knowledge, even when it means power, can be sought as well as resisted or obscured. And one of the most insidious perpetrator...   | Read..


It is not as if the world did not know how workers in Bangladesh’s garment factories lived and died. But most countries and f...   | Read..
On a power trip
To return from a trip overseas is invariably one of the saddest moments that affect the soul. This is because of the mindless...  | Read.. 
Give the poor bowlers a break!
François de la Rochefoucauld, the French writer of maxims and memoirs, wrote many years ago that “the only thing that should surprise us is that there are still some things th...  | Read.. 
Deep trouble
The news on the population front sounds bad: birth rates are not dropping as fast as expected, and we are likely to end up with an even bigger world population by the end...  | Read.. 
I’ve put in so many enigmas and puzzles that it will keep the professors busy for centuries arguing over what I meant, and that’s the only way of ensuring one’s immortality. — JAMES JOYCE