The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 16 , 2014

A job half done

This is the story of how, in its second month in office, Narendra Modi’s nascent government almost scored a win that might have equalled the World Cup in football and then lost it like Argentina in the final lap. But unlike the losers in this year’s World Cup final, Modi’s government did not miss opportunities. It scored a deliberate self-goal after a triumph in the semi-finals and then shifted the goalposts...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Mixed bag
Sir — Arun Jaitley’s maiden budget as finance minister is not only friendly towards the service sec ...  | Read.. 


Only months ago, the chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir ...   | Read..


The Election Commission’s show-cause notice to Ashok Chavan could not have come at a worse time ...   | Read..
Making sense of Chaos
My friend was threatening to sue his doctor about the rough cough he’d caught — from the drought, he said. More likely the dr...  | Read.. 
Living in a fish bowl
If you do a Google search for journalist and television personality Barkha Dutt, a raft of scurrilous information about her pops up. It isn’t tucked away somewhere on the 10th...  | Read.. 
Legal FAQs
Q: A fruit seller and a vegetable vendor have set up stalls outside my mill, making ingress and egress difficult. I filed a case under Section 144 of the CrPC and got an order...  | Read.. 
The road that is built in hope is more pleasant to the traveller than the road built in despair, even though they both lead to the same destination. — MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY