The Telegraph
Friday , February 7 , 2014
 

Big day and small slam

Memory has whims of its own, and is all the while choosy. Or perhaps it has its own rationale which it refuses to disclose. Thus it happens that on a somewhat chilly and windy January morning in Calcutta, memory hectors me back 50-odd years across the span of continents and oceans. ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Dark ages
Sir — The LGBT community and its supporters must have been disheartened as the Supreme Court dismis ...  | Read.. 
 
Right foot forward
Sir — The governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, delivered another masterstroke dur ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

WRONG SIGNAL

Half-measures do not win wars — or elections. As the Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate and the chief campa...   | Read..
 

TOUGH JOB

Pakistan’s handling of the Taliban is getting ‘curiouser and curiouser’. In spite of a series of bombings last year that kill...   | Read..
 
BONA FIDE
 
Matter of Pride
On February 2, the prime minister of India inaugurated the recently renovated Indian Museum in Calcutta on its 200th annivers...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
This, in fact, is the power of the imagination, which, combining the memory of gold with that of the mountain, can compose the idea of a golden mountain. — UMBERTO ECO
 
BOOKS
Best loved as they are
Jeeves and the wedding bells By Sebastian Faulks, Hutchinson, Rs 599...  | Read.. 
 
The divine fabric
Gujarat has polarized public opinion in India for a few years now. The man ...  | Read.. 
 
There will always be Paris
The Bookseller: The First Hugo Marston Novel By Mark Pryor, Seventh Street, $15.95...  | Read.. 
 
Paperback Picking
Broken ties and fallen heroes