The Telegraph
Tuesday , January 21 , 2014

The case for defence

Many a year ago, the man of many a talent climbed to the pinnacle of power. As he sat in the gilded cage, the malicious media threw many a stone at him. The bars were strong enough to foil all projectiles. He was nevertheless riled by the unfair and uninformed acts of lèse majesté....   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
True legend
Sir — With the passing of Suchitra Sen, the Bengali film industry has lost its finest actor (“Suchi ...  | Read.. 
Letters from Bihar
Careless comment
Sir — It is good to hear that the Aam Aadmi Party has decided to go national after its spectacular ...  | Read.. 
Water woes
Sir — I would like to congratulate the chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, for trying his best t ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The Patna Municipal Corporation starts talking about fund crunch the moment people demand civ ...  | Read.. 
Letters from Odisha
Act fast
Sir — As the report, “Push to temple repair” (Jan 15), mentions, the Central government has given t ...  | Read.. 


Democratic governance is not just about translating political will into immediate action. It is also the fruit of rational th...   | Read..


The Taliban in Afghanistan have just bettered their record. After having repeatedly demonstrated the ease with which they cou...   | Read..
Chaos at the door
It is alarming to watch, with profound unease, the chief minister of Delhi trying to muster members of the government to sit ...  | Read.. 
What the liberal arts can do for social justice
Certain to be repeated in years to come, the Future of Liberal Arts and Science in India Conference — the first ever forum of its kind in India for open dialogue about the possibilities and challenges facing liberal arts education...  | Read.. 
A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. — G.B. SHAW