The Telegraph
Wednesday , October 5 , 2016
 
Opinion

Coming of age

It has taken exactly a quarter of a century, but the most enduring fallout of the terrorist attack in Uri and its aftermath may be that relations between India and the United States of America have come of age. Hardly anyone remembers now that the......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Hard times

• Sir - The Bimal Gurung-led Gorkha Janmukti Morcha that heads the Gorkhala... | Read»

Top priority

• Sir - I was born in Srirangam near Tiruchirapalli. I am a Kannadiga by mo... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

First Stab

The Narendra Modi government has taken its first stab at flushing out black money that tax defaulters have been squirrelling away in fictitious accounts and benami assets f......   | Read..
 
 

Second Thoughts

The referendum in Colombia was supposed to be the cherry on the cake - the final act that would formally seal the peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces that Presid......   | Read..
 
 
FIFTH COLUMN

Bright Spot

For a world outraged at the haunting image of Alan Kurdi - the child refugee who drowned while making a perilous voyage by sea - September 19 was an important day. The Unit......   | Read..
LAW
An aged law after an ageing judge
The case against Justice Markandey Katju highlights the need to urgently review and update provisions of the Indian Penal Code, argues Apar Gupta  
The first few years at the bar bring great thrill but there are points when things sink to utter boredom. Many warm Delhi afternoons in the halls of the Supreme Court dulled as the morning coffee w......   | Read..
 
Legal FAQs
Advocate Nibedita Roye answers your queries
Q: We are Hindus and have been married for about 37 years. My wife is a patient of major depressive disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder and has been under treatment for more than 15 years. F......   | Read..
 
SCRIPSI

But it has occurred to me, on occasion, that our memories of our loved ones might not be the point. Maybe the point is their memories - all that they take away with them. - ANNE TYLER