The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 19 , 2016

Livelihood programmes

Economics can be good entertainment, as readers of this column might have realized. But it is also concerned with people's satisfaction; so, it would be legitimate to ask if it has made anyone happy, other than economists. They cannot go about mak......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Restraining order

Sir - A young Hizbul Mujahideen leader, Burhan Wani, was killed in an encou... | Read»

Shuffle the cards

Sir - The prime minister, Narendra Modi, has recently reshuffled the Union ... | Read»

Bleak future  

Sir — The arrest of the Indian Administrative Service officer, Jitendra Gup... | Read»

Unfair target

Sir — I would like to draw attention to the plight of Ruby Rai, the girl ar... | Read»

Forgotten lives

Sir — The killing of five tribal people in the crossfire between the Maoist... | Read»


Give space

The gagging of the media and their manipulation during the Emergency remain one of the most shameful episodes in independent India's history. This phase is commonly cited, ......   | Read..

Pow wow

The idea of the Central culture ministry grading writers, artists and performing artists as O (outstanding), P (promising) and W (waiting) for the purposes of patronage, pr......   | Read..

Open the doors

Imagine an India that is growing in the areas of industry, retail, banking and agriculture, aided by a new set of policies that are executed by trained bureaucrats. Add to ......   | Read..

Search the conscience for an answer

There are three crucial points involved in the processing of production of a manufactured output. The first point is where production is actually taking place, the second point is where the commodi......   | Read..

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