The Telegraph
Wednesday , June 25 , 2014
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Darkness in the mirror

Years ago, an agitated Turkish scholar in Washington gave me a book on torture. It was a handbook meant not for the victims, physicians or human rights activists who fight torture, but for torturers. The one who gave me the book was outraged by it; she thought it to be a weird instance of America’s ...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Green threat
Sir — A confidential Intelligence Bureau report submitted to the Prime Minister’s Office has accuse ...  | Read.. 
Poor service
Sir — The steps taken by the Kerala State Electricity Board to check the rise in power consumption ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — Trams plying on the Mahatma Gandhi Road in the Burrabazar area inconvenience commuters daily. ...  | Read.. 


To be initiated into higher education through uncertainty and confusion created by an administrative stand-off between confli...   | Read..


Military rulers would do absurd things in order to hold on to power. Myanmar’s generals may have doubled up as parliamentaria...   | Read..
A Cup For Another World
Nice has won the 2014 football World Cup. Most readers would be unfamiliar with the new world champions, a county in the sout...  | Read.. 
No common cause
The demand for a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) — wherein all personal laws in the country would be guided by one set of laws applicable to all communities — has been raised from ti...  | Read.. 
Legal FAQs
Q: After a divorce by mutual consent, the mother has moved to her parents’ house in Bangalore with her seven-year-old daughter. No visiting rights have been mentioned in the d...  | Read.. 
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