The Telegraph
Tuesday , December 6 , 2016

Of the oppositional type

October 14, 2016, marked the 60th anniversary of B.R. Ambedkar's conversion to Buddhism. The event went unnoticed by the political class, notably by Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, the two most powerful men in India, both of whom have in recent month......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Perfect tune

Sir - One wonders what prompted the Supreme Court to direct cinema halls to... | Read»

Dirty secret

Sir - The news of infants being trafficked from hospitals is shocking ("Pan... | Read»

Parting shot

Sir - The former prime minister, Manmohan Singh, has described the demoneti... | Read»

Shameful conduct

Sir — The behaviour of the members of the legislative assembly in the just-... | Read»

Solution needed

Sir — I would like to draw attention to the unfortunate death of Tuhinadri ... | Read»


Other Way

This seems to be the season when the latent becomes manifest. A few weeks back, babies found in a biscuit tin in West Bengal started off a search that uncovered an intersta......   | Read..

Shared concerns

Only months after the curfew was lifted in Rakhine and the democratically-elected government took charge in Myanmar, that state has slipped back into chaos. One may argue t......   | Read..

Work with the best

The 'intelligentsia' in India have, over the decades, prioritized and given their attention mainly to the social sciences, and not to all the other varied, creative interve......   | Read..

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