The Telegraph
Monday , July 18 , 2016

Tripper heaven

For desi travellers on a budget, consuming London is a challenge. It's so large, there's so much information and if there's more than one of you, reconciling different notions of what's worth seeing is a tense, snappy business. So we did......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Biased view

• Sir - The article, "A personal touch" (July 9), by Ramachandra Guha was d... | Read»

Clean up

• Sir - Several Indian banks are saddled with a growing load of non-perform... | Read»

Fair verdict

• Sir - The editorial, "Breathe again" (July 8), was impartial. It analysed... | Read»

Parting shot

• Sir - During the recent rains, water was let out into the sea from Dowles... | Read»


Old Question

A question that was settled more than 30 years ago has been raked up once again: should India change its financial year, which starts on April 1? The Narendra Modi governme......   | Read..

Tense Moment

This is Turkish democracy's finest hour. Answering the call of the besieged president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the people helped the elected government overturn what is perha......   | Read..

Three Cheers

It is a bit like a Shakespearean play - specifically the final scene of Hamlet, when almost all the play's major characters die violently. And now we're down to one. Her na......   | Read..

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