The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 27 , 2017

Early bidder at work

The summer holidays are over and it is business as usual although Parliament is in recess for the party conference circus until October 9. We have had another terrorist attack, happily this time the bomb did not explode, there were no deaths and i......   | Read..

Where thought is the foe

Among the numerous saffron banners that dotted the city to welcome Amit Shah to Calcutta on his three-day visit from September 11, one was truly thrilling:...   | Read..

Stall for time

Indian politicians like to have their cake and eat it too. Some abhor the idea of gracefully retiring at the right time, and continue to cling to positions of power well pa......   | Read..

Refugee lesson

The re-emergence of the Christian Democratic Union of the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, as the largest party in Germany's elections on Sunday means the world can contin......   | Read..

Other demons

If one were to stroll along Kumartuli's slushy lanes around the time of Mahalaya, one would be able to catch tantalizing glimpses of the ten-armed goddess slaying the demon......   | Read..

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