The Telegraph
Wednesday , June 14 , 2017

Journal jugglery

In the 17 years, from 1922 to 1939, that it was published, The Criterion was possibly the best-known, and probably the best, literary journal in the English language. Founded by the poet/ critic/ dramatist/ cultural commentator/ general ......   | Read..

Unexciting times

I'm sitting in isolation in Scotland to write a book about Pakistan. An odd enough combination, but it is something of a relief to be a little dislocated from events furthe......   | Read..

Role Call

The entry of India into the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, formalized at the Astana summit of the body last week, is the logical culmination of measures initiated in 20......   | Read..

New Therapy

The study of medicine is a laborious process. But not so becoming a doctor. As the discovery of over 500 phony physicians has shown, all that is needed are a fake certifica......   | Read..

Father and sons

A couple of years ago, the Bihar chief minister, Nitish Kumar, inaugurated a private school in Patna. To his surprise, he found that the entire school was air-conditioned. ......   | Read..

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