The Telegraph
Thursday , March 27 , 2014
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Interests in conflict

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court told lawyers representing the Board of Control for Cricket in India that if the Board’s president, N. Srinivasan, didn’t step down from his post voluntarily, the court would pass orders compelling him to step down. The court went further; it declared that it was ...   | Read..
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Change of heart
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Odd wish
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Parting shot
Sir — India has done the right thing by refusing to seek China’s assistance in exploring the possi ...  | Read.. 


There are people in public life who are without shame. N. Srinivasan, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in In...   | Read..


Ever since anybody can remember, Venice has been sinking under the weight of its own magnificence. Sinking, flooding, rottin...   | Read..
In a bind
It is reported that a special Tada court has accepted the plea of Abu Salem, an accused in the Mumbai serial blasts, that he ...  | Read.. 
The rhetoric of democracy
The deep fear of the rise of al Qaida and President Vladimir Putin’s assertive Russia bothers the West more than may be apparent. Recently, Angela Merkel is supposed to have w...  | Read.. 
I may not agree with all or even most of the tribal traditions, but it seems to me that, out there, people live more authentic lives. They have a sturdiness about them. — KHALED HOSSEINI