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A tea party to bridge the gulf
The author is former foreign secretary of India...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A wife, a mother, an athlete no more
Sir — If Martina Navratilova can, why can’t Steffi Graf (“Martina pace sears the young on court”, S ...  | Read.. 
 
Made in India
Sir — Although J. Jayalalithaa would hate to admit it, India’s interaction with the West has result ...  | Read.. 
 
Power of obedience
Sir — What precedent was the editorial, “Ire power” (Aug 23), talking about' It is evident that Sur ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — It is an astonishing discovery that two groups of people as diverse as Harvard University und ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DEVELOPING MUSCLE
There is legitimate place in a democracy for the politics of development, even if political parties often exploit this to pro...| Read.. 
 
BUT BABIES DO DIE
Indian politicians love talking about normalcy. Listening to them while they do so is usually a surreally nasty experience. B...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Dual citizenship, multiple identity
“A very important period of my life was spent in Lahore and Faisalabad. I wish to be citizen of both India and Pakistan.” — Sisir Kumar Bose, August 15, 2000...  | Read.. 
 
Negative welfare for positive cases
The Revised National Tuberculosis Programme envisaged expansion of the programme for microscopy centres. As of March 2001, of 563 MCs targeted only 281 (50 per cent) were part...  | Read.. 
 
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The people which ceases to care for its literary inheritence becomes barbaric; the people which ceases to produce literature ceases to move in thought and sensibility. — T.S. ELIOT