The Telegraph
Friday , November 1 , 2013

Why the West isn’t one

Edward Snowden’s revelations about the National Security Agency’s sneaky omniscience remind us that the West isn’t always a useful category. It’s more useful, sometimes, to consider the Anglosphere. ...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
War of words
Sir — The death toll in the serial blasts in Patna is on the rise. But even after the tragedy, the ...  | Read.. 


Most Indians, for good or for bad, have some expectations from their political leaders. They expect their leaders to have a m...   | Read..


“Women continue to suffer.” This statement sounds a note of abandonment of hope, especially since it comes from a judge of th...   | Read..
Looking for change
Narenda Modi’s Hunkar Rally in Patna was an unbelievably large gathering of people that seemed to send out an unspoken messag...  | Read.. 
Wipe your hand across your mouth, and laugh;/ The worlds revolve like ancient women/ Gathering fuel in vacant lots. — T.S. ELIOT
In a fairyland forlorn
Arunachal Pradesh has, of late, entered the mainland’s consciousness becaus...  | Read.. 
The third eye
Young Tagore: The makings of a genius By Sudhir Kakar, Penguin, Rs 499...  | Read.. 
Time for a role reversal Novel techniques
Editors have always emphasized content over appearance. The format using wh...  | Read.. 
Paperback Picking
Through the lens of history