The Telegraph
Thursday , July 31 , 2014

In character

Arnab Goswami’s news show has an exciting fairground quality to it. It’s like the coconut shy stall where the paying customer gets to throw balls at stranded nariyals. On the news hour, Goswami does the job for his viewers and since his targets are often netas, he provides his audience...   | Read..
Letters to the Editor
New hope
Sir — I agree with the views expressed by the assistant manager of the Kerala Blasters football clu ...  | Read.. 
Unlucky run
Sir — Doping problems seem to have reached the animal kingdom as well. Estimate, the prize mare tha ...  | Read.. 
Parting shot
Sir — I was saddened to read that a pair of myna babies died and their siblings were injured when t ...  | Read.. 


It could turn out to be the greatest churning in the Communist Party of China since the Cultural Revolution. By all accounts,...   | Read..


Where have all the pigs gone? But this absurd lament — for all the pigs being lifted out of their homes in various parts of C...   | Read..
Not so pretty
Jinan University is more than a century old. The first to admit foreign students, today it has the maximum number of them in ...  | Read.. 
Who controls the past controls the future
You have to be somewhat foolhardy to write about school textbooks in India — as you would be if you decided...  | Read.. 
Life is the only real counsellor; wisdom unfiltered through personal experience does not become a part of the moral tissue. — EDITH WHARTON