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Bright past, bleak present
The author is an economist at the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Damning with too much praise
Sir — Popularity can easily go to one’s head (“Fanmail flood for Lyngdoh”, Aug 22). Admittedly, J.M ...  | Read.. 
 
Villain of the piece
Sir — Sanjay Dutt and actors like him who are now under investigation for their links with the unde ...  | Read.. 
 
Gone to the ants
Sir — The Supreme Courts’s biting sarcasm will have no effect on the West Bengal government which c ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SIMPLY THE THING HE IS
Mr Modi’s latest remarks on Mr Lyngdoh and Ms Gandhi reveal the naked sectarian prejudice which informs political going...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Work was like cats were supposed to be: if you disliked and feared it and tried to keep out of its way, it knew at once and sought you out and jumped on your lap and climbed all over you to show how much it loved you. Please God, he thought, don’t let me die in harness. — KINGSLEY AMIS
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
From the bush to the book
garuda (Vishnu), swan (Brahma), parrot (Kamdev), peacock (Kartikeya), flamingo (Indra), shelduck (Varuna), owl (Laksh...  | Read..