The Telegraph
Friday , February 27 , 2015

Exciting voyage

Like most politicians of the time, Atal Bihari Vajpayee wasn't entirely comfortable with economic issues. A leader whose judgments were forged by instinct and observation, Vajpayee was always a little ill at ease during the seasonal discussions on......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

French connection

Sir - The need to feel loved is a basic human emotion ("Amour a la Frànçais... | Read»

Potent words

Sir - The Central Board of Film Certification was correct in issuing a circ... | Read»


In tandem

Politics is sometimes akin to extreme sports, where the promise of novelty overrides the apprehension of danger. The venture to which the People's Democratic Party and the ......   | Read..

Confident steps

It is that time of the year in India when hope floats like pollen in the air. Whether they will settle on the ground or perish midway depends on the future, and on the coun......   | Read..

Time to change spots

A tamasha a day keeps India marking time. As we await the presentation of the budget, economic and corporate experts are pontificating on its possible content, while the Co......   | Read..

Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.- MARILYN MONROE

Hanging by a thread
HANGWOMAN: EVERYONE LOVES A GOOD HANGING By K.R. Meera, Hamish Hamilton, Rs 699...   | Read..
Deep inside a flaming forest
The centenary commemoration of the First World War has, unsurprisingly, led to the publication of several engaging literary works on the tumultuous years. Vedica Kant's poignant and insightful work......   | Read..
A man who loved books and reading
It is always difficult and painful to write about the loss of a friend. Ravi Vyas, who died in Delhi on Saturday, was a very dear and close friend of mine though he was some years my senior. But Ra......   | Read..
Paperback Picking

The body in the mirror