The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 3 , 2014
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In a sombre mood

Europe is going through one of its recurring periods of acute discomfort. Eurocrisis seems to have become the new normal, especially after the global recession of 2008 induced by the United States and the subsequent Euro-debt catastrophe across the ‘olive belt’ — the southern states using the common...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Different mould
Sir — Narendra Modi has disapproved of the suggestion made by the governments of Bharatiya Janata P ...  | Read.. 
Defence tactics
Sir — The article, “Political football” (May 30), by Brijesh D. Jayal on the “armed forces and the ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — I recently went on a vacation to Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh and was surprised to find a ...  | Read.. 
Small is beautiful
Sir — Narendra Modi has made a good start by opting for a small-sized cabinet. This will help him e ...  | Read.. 
Costly split
Sir — The 15-year-rule of Lalu Prasad, from 1990-2005, is considered to be one of the darkest chapt ...  | Read.. 
Fly out
Sir — As the Class XII results show, the performance of students from Bihar has been commendable. M ...  | Read.. 
Get splashed
Sir — The recent rains in Bhubaneswar, owing to a well-marked low pressure belt over the Bay of Ben ...  | Read.. 


The cause of Telangana was carried not on the wings of cold administrative logic, but volatile passions that have held the na...   | Read..


There are some incidents where words are difficult to choose. That was the response of the United Nations spokesperson to the...   | Read..
Still worth a visit
Since a new government in Delhi is attempting to reprioritize the agenda for India, travel and tourism should definitely be p...  | Read.. 
Indian fans and the language of happiness
The football World Cup is upon us, and Indian fans are once again confronted with the question of which country to support. In the old days, this was simple — everyone opted ...  | Read.. 
I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together. — MARILYN MONROE