The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 30 , 2014

Strategic mistakes

If Sushma Swaraj believed that television images beamed to Gulf countries of the external affairs minister seated next to Najma Heptullah during the Rajya Sabha debate on the Gaza violence would make up for the perception among Indians, from Oman to Saudi Arabia and beyond, that the Narendra Modi go...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
Bring peace
Sir — The ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine makes one wonder how an act of kidnapping a ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — The row over Sania Mirza’s identity and her supposed ‘Pakistani’ connection is totally uncall ...  | Read.. 


When the chairperson of the National Commission for Women publicly shot her mouth off, a couple of years ago, about there bei...   | Read..


Old foes becoming friends on the eve of elections is usual business in Indian politics. Even so, there is some significance i...   | Read..
Cutting back the thicket
Try this. Neither Jack nor Jill have come down the hill. None of their cousins have seen them. Are those two | Read.. 
Holding judges to account
The chairman of the Press Council of India, Justice Markandey Katju, has done it again. The former Supreme Court judge has triggered a controversy by writing about a corrupt a...  | Read.. 
Legal FAQs
Q: Our father died in 1990. Our mother, a housewife, purchased a house in her name in 1992 with the service benefit that she had received on our father’s death. I was 11 years...  | Read.. 
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