The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 7 , 2017

City of no palaces

Returning to the city after a gap of five months, the drive from the airport to central south Calcutta is instructive. You begin the journey from the still new airport terminal, one kind of local pride and joy that looks and feels exactly like oth......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Narrow minds

• Sir - The editorial, "Not all in the mind" (Feb 25), was satirical. This ... | Read»

Blessed vision

• Sir - Vaikkom Vijayalakshmi may be visually challenged but her soul is gi... | Read»

Bitten hard

• Sir - There have been quite a few reports about people falling victims to... | Read»

New theory

• Sir - A group of Nasa scientists led by Alan Stern has come up with a man... | Read»

Parting shot

• Sir - Corruption has lowered the morale of the army ("Army exam scam arre... | Read»


Bound Tight

Walking the razor's edge is a fine art. The chief minister of West Bengal took on the challenge the day she addressed the representatives of private hospitals, directing th......   | Read..

Unfair Enough

How would a child feel if he is made to go hungry while his classmates have their midday meal provided by the school? Would he be able to understand that he is being depriv......   | Read..

The price is high

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act mandates free and compulsory education for children between the ages of 6 and 14 years. Central and state governm......   | Read..

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