The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 13 , 2017
 
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The eloquence of silence

About a month ago, a US-based cousin was driving back home from work when the car in front of her braked in such a way that she was forced to pull over. The driver of the car, a large White woman, got off her vehicle, came up to my cousin, said, &......   | Read..
 

Between facts and figures

India's economy, like those of many other erstwhile colonies, has been a victim of corrupt practices over centuries. As a colony, it was forced to supply resources free of ......   | Read..
 
EDITORIAL

Rich hands

India seems to be in pretty safe hands. Thanks to its voting public which has chosen the wisest set of candidates to represent them in the legislative bodies. The credentia......   | Read..
 
 

Worrying gaps

The law, which made education free and compulsory in India, seems to have taken for granted that the responsibility of students' safety lies with school authorities during ......   | Read..
 
 
FIFTH COLUMN

Empty cheers

Immediately after the Bharatiya Janata Party's defeat in the Bihar assembly elections in 2015, the prime minister, Narendra Modi, is said to have had a telephone conversati......   | Read..
SCRIPSI

There are times in life when people must know when not to let go. Balloons are designed to teach small children this. - TERRY PRATCHETT