The Telegraph
Saturday , September 24 , 2016

Signposts for a way back

Arthur Moore must have known agony in his unmarked pauper's grave outside London as India and Pakistan traded insults and threats after innocent blood again stained the Valley of Kashmir. Moore "was totally opposed to the break-up of India&qu......   | Read..

Built for writers and their tools

Designed in 1777 by Thomas Lyon, the Writers' Buildings was erected to house the many clerks or 'writers' needed by the East India Company to write, process, and file docum......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Too steep

• Sir - The move made by the Indian Railways to introduce surge pricing on ... | Read»

Bad habit

• Sir - The editorial, "Fatal attraction" (Sept 3), reminded me of my recen... | Read»

Wrong focus

• Sir - I am a student, and I have realized that the education system in In... | Read»

Honourable lives

• Sir — Following the killing of 18 Indian soldiers near the line of contro... | Read»

Live in the moment

• Sir — I find it strange that Bihar’s political scenario is now rife with ... | Read»

Coastal bliss

• Sir — With the Centre approving a 451-kilometre-long coastal highway runn... | Read»


Playing to win

The 500th Test match is an occasion to celebrate the performance and tenacity of Indian cricketers down the years...   | Read..

The best thing, though, in that museum was that everything always stayed right where it was... You could go there a hundred thousand times, and that Eskimo would still be just finished catching those two fish, the birds would still be on their way south, the deers would still be drinking out of that water hole... Nobody'd be different. The only thing that would be different would be you. - J.D. SALINGER

This is not a centre table
Visual Arts
Too many cooks spoil the broth, they say. Gallerists should also remember that too many works displayed within the confines of a single gallery, however large, do nothing to enhance the value of wo......   | Read..
Back in fashion
Suddenly existentialism appears back in fashion among young troupes, with two adaptations from Camus and Sartre, as well as a third by a more established group, from the early absurdism of Ionesco.......   | Read..
A collector of sights and sounds
Visual Arts
To introduce Nilanjan Das as a printmaker is to merely skim the surface of his creative identity. Yes, indeed, he does flit from digital print to woodcut to serigraphy, throwing in chine-colle, too......   | Read..