The Telegraph
Thursday , May 1 , 2014
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After the Family

Rae Bareli, Sonia Gandhi’s constituency, went to the polls in this latest phase of India’s interminable general elections. It would be a good thing, from an anti-BJP point of view, if she lost. A majority of over three-and-a-half lakh votes is hard to shift so it’s probably not going to happen but i...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Troubling times
Sir — The editorial, “Seeing red” (April 25), made a number of interesting points. Had the chief mi ...  | Read.. 
Fortune’s wheels
Sir — Needs and tastes change with times. The making of the once-popular wooden wheel used for bull ...  | Read.. 


Is the Centre “competent” to “call off” all pornographic websites? A blanket ban on pornography is not possible, the secretar...   | Read..


Far from emerging as a celebrated peace negotiator in the Middle East, John Kerry, the secretary of state of the United State...   | Read..
Notes from the poll diary
Indian elections have an unmistakably surreal quality. Even naysayers would be forced to accept this proposition if they were...  | Read.. 
Uprooted and lost on strange soil
The Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Narendra Modi, while campaigning in Serampore, West Bengal, said, “You can write it down. After May 16, these Bangladeshis better be prepare...  | Read.. 
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