The Telegraph
Tuesday , May 31 , 2016

A new satyagraha

The recent, controversial Jaipur Literature Festival in London has thrown up many questions about the nature of protest and methods of political engagement in the public arena. As my recent column on this page mentioned ( http://www.telegraphindia......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Grand success

Sir - The Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, visited Iran recently. The ... | Read»

Clear mandate

Sir - The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has suffered a heavy defeat in... | Read»

Reign of terror

Sir — The threats of violence and extortion that the medical fraternity in ... | Read»

Ominous sign

Sir — It has been reported that a number of excise officials were dismissed... | Read»

With luck

Sir — The reunion of Barsa Swony Chaudhary with her estranged husband, Raja... | Read»


Mixed report

Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party government may have good reason to feel chuffed about the scorecard at the end of two years in power. India is the fastest grow......   | Read..

Don't say sorry

What better place than Hiroshima, and what better time than the present, for the American president to not quite apologize for having dropped the atom bomb? And who better ......   | Read..

The road to hell

Why is it that Indians behave differently when they go to foreign lands? An Indian who urinates in public in his own country will not dare to do the same in Central London.......   | Read..

A story of loss and gain in Turkey

In the days of the Ottoman empire, the sultan did not bat an eyelid while removing the grand vizier, equivalent of a prime minister today. If the sultan was in a foul mood, he also ordered that his......   | Read..

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