The Telegraph
Monday , January 6 , 2014

Power shortage

Electricity in India has grown enormously. As it has grown, especially in the 1990s, it was also increasingly badly managed. The important reasons were the dominance of government ownership, control and management, and the complete absence of competition. While government investment without much com...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Grand masters
Sir — Mukul Kesavan is right when he opines that Cheteshwar Pujara is the best Test batsman in the ...  | Read.. 
Think again
Sir — Sharmistha Das has aptly highlighted the various problems faced by children when their parent ...  | Read.. 


At long last the conscientious Indian man of money can stop worrying, and the naughty Indian woman of fancy can continue with...   | Read..


Government hospitals and health centres in West Bengal’s rural areas will be providing free basic medicines and diagnostic se...   | Read..
Fettered Spaces
Four thousand people flocked to Park Street to participate in the Calcutta Christmas Festival, a government-aided jamboree th...  | Read.. 
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