The Telegraph
Thursday , October 8 , 2015

Matter of honour

It is rarely that the ministry of defence in South Block hosts a press briefing by the defence minister. So when one such briefing was announced, one anticipated that the mandarins were all set to put their best foot forward and close one deeply u......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Difficult love

Sir - A young girl in Rajasthan had to give up her life for marrying a boy ... | Read»

Removed from reality

Sir - The Digital India campaign of the prime minister, Narendra Modi, seem... | Read»

Parting shot

Sir - I wanted to share my observations on the editorial, "Green shoots" (O... | Read»


Missile men

Unruly spectators were once synonymous with football. But the gentleman's game is no longer safe from their depredations. It is a matter of shame that cricket matches in In......   | Read..

All fall down

Events in Afghanistan seem to be following the script. It was always known that the Taliban were biding their time till the bulk of American soldiers left the country so th......   | Read..

New image

The photograph of a Chinese grandmother seated on the pavement outside a Burberry store in England, holding her grandson while he defecates on a piece of paper, was posted ......   | Read..

Viewing success and failure differently

It is quite puzzling why our society rewards only those who follow the beaten path. Think of those who are rewarded in school - certainly not the creative ones or the curious ones and certainly not......   | Read..

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