The Telegraph
Thursday , November 7 , 2013
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Transforming traditions

For the past year, a continuing trend of self-immolation among Tibetan people both inside and outside Tibet has led to a great deal of soul-searching within the Tibetan community in exile. The most recent spate of self-immolations began in Tibet on February 27, 2009, when a young monk called Tapey s...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Correct path
Sir — The editorial, “Courting corrections” (Nov 2), rightly upholds the Supreme Court’s directives ...  | Read.. 
Good job
Sir — The editorial, “Small steps” (Oct 31), offered a sound analysis of the second quarter monetar ...  | Read.. 


Space launches, in their initial stages, are an extravagant mix of excitement and uncertainty. Whether it be landing on the m...   | Read..


The United States of America should be aware that its slip is showing. Ever since Edward Snowden, a contractor with its Natio...   | Read..
Change is in the air
Strange things are going on among us wordsmiths. Welcome ones too....  | Read.. 
Nothing official about it
The Test match at the Eden Gardens is actually Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th game and not his 199th as is being regarded universally. In November 2001 in South Africa, Tendulkar ha...  | Read.. 
Exerting control
The newspaper world is in a state of gloom. A reporter, handcuffed, has confessed on television to charges levelled against him, with two policemen looking on; his newspaper, ...  | Read.. 
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