The Telegraph
Thursday , October 13 , 2016
 
Opinion

Payback time

Since Sheikh Hasina Wajed came to power in January, 2009, Bangladesh has delivered on the whole spectrum of India's concerns. It has not only chased out Northeastern rebels and relentlessly raided their bases in Bangladesh, but also handed over ma......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Spoilt report

Sir - The editorial, "Resounding report" (Oct 8), about the findings of the... | Read»

Untold miseries

Sir - Homeless people lead miserable lives. In Calcutta, we often find them... | Read»

Private way

Sir - The late T.M.A. Pai was a well-known doctor from Karnataka. But he is... | Read»

Neglected lot

Sir - I would like to highlight the plight of elderly ayahs in one of the h... | Read»

Parting shot

Sir - Recently, my husband and I had gone for a trip to Europe that was org... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Saffron light

The term, "anti-national", has become an ever-expanding hold-all. All that the government and its promoters, stretching from Nagpur to other parts of India, do no......   | Read..
 
 

Safety net

Violence is often perpetrated in the name of upholding regressive traditions. Honour killings - the murder of women by their relatives for supposedly bringing shame to the ......   | Read..
 
 
FIFTH COLUMN

War over waters

The river sutra is ingrained in the psyche of a people, so crucial to their existence that the spectre of cross-border conflict is often hinged on this vital resource....   | Read..
OPED

Bangladesh wrestles with its past

Some weeks ago, the Bangladesh government carried out the execution of the convicted war criminal, Mir Quasem Ali. He was the sixth war criminal to be hanged. Five of those executed earlier belonge......   | Read..
 
SCRIPSI

I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent. - M.K. GANDHI