The Telegraph
Friday , July 4 , 2014
CIMA Gallary

Keeping faith in change

For many months to come, both media and academia are certain to focus their minds on the question: what does the mandate of 2014 imply? No doubt there are those who perceive every election as just another Indian tamasha...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Steady decline
Sir —The shoddy state of education in West Bengal comes as a surprise since the state was once cons ...  | Read.. 
Bleak future
Sir — In “What could have been” (June 21), Indrajit Hazra has lamented the fact that the future of ...  | Read.. 
New menace
Sir — Misguided activism, much like misplaced sympathy, is a dangerous thing. There are a number of ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — I am a bit surprised at the incorrect English written in the editorial, “Chariot of god” (Jul ...  | Read.. 


Some basic principles of statecraft do not change with every change of government. This is particularly true of foreign ...   | Read..


the power had been used most notoriously in dealing with extremists in independent India, and before that, in colonial times...   | Read..
All Fall Down
Delhi is suffering in many ways. From having become a modern metropolis with broad roads and flyovers sensibly linking ...  | Read.. 
We don’t know where we get our ideas from. What we do know is that we do not get them from our laptops — JOHN CLEESE
Capital in utopia
Capital in the Twenty-First Century By Thomas Piketty, Harvard, £29.9...  | Read.. 
Remembering a fading glory
Zafar and the Raj: Anglo-Mughal Delhi C. 1800-1850 By Amar Farooqui, ...  | Read.. 
All that glitters is gold
With the unprecedented rise in the use of technology and computer-assisted ...  | Read.. 
Paperback Picking
Welcome to the movies