The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 17 , 2014

The onset of fear

An Alternative History, in an out-of-court settlement with an obscure outfit called “Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti”, led by Dina Nath Batra, which had gone to court against the book. In a lame defence of its action, it had put the blame for it on Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code, which ma...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Steady decline
Sir — Prakash Karat should be held responsible for the Left Front’s debacle in the Lok Sabha electi ...  | Read.. 
Lawless roads
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Joyous occasion
Sir — I am filled with joy on learning that our new prime minister is operating just like the hard ...  | Read.. 
Time to worry
Sir — The Bihar government’s claim of having scripted a turnaround in the health delivery system in ...  | Read.. 
Great cost
Sir — The Janata Dal (United) government in Bihar appears to be in a complete disarray. Conflicting ...  | Read.. 
Hands tied
Sir — The Telegraph has often highlighted the plight of people trying to get their faulty po ...  | Read.. 


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To Save A Dying River
Recently, I came across a delightful new book on Benaras in which the old city and its iconic ghats have been carefull...  | Read.. 
Broken promises and mutual distrust
Promising peace, the Ukrainian plutocrat, Petro Poroshenko was elected president. He restated these assurances at his inauguration although he had already reneged on his commitments, undertaking military...  | Read.. 
Success is an ugly thing. Men are deceived by its false resemblances to merit... They confound the brilliance of the firmament with the star-shaped footprints of a duck in the mud. — VICTOR HUGO