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A canopy most fatal
On August 30, Sheikh Ahmed Nasiruddin was picked up on charges of power theft. On Monday, he was released on bail. The jailer wasn’t found to set him free. On Tuesday, he was dead in the lock-up. “The deceased was an alcoholic,” said the police. Simu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Grin and bare it
Sir — What is worse — Manisha Koirala’s masses of cellulite squeezed into skimpy dresses, or a doub ...  | Read.. 
 
Lost worlds
Sir — Aveek Sen’s article, “Something understood” (Aug 18), is fascinating, particularly his tribu ...  | Read.. 
 
Cola danger
Sir — Cigarette companies are known to target teenagers. But if television commercials are any indi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PLAYERS’ INNINGS
The formation of a players’ association by Indian cricketers will end an absurd situation where administrators decide the fat...| Read.. 
 
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Massaging the ego
Two can play this game
How saucy are you'
An eye on the main chance
Breakfast with Sudip
Bring in the stars
SCRIPSI
What was good was to have intelligence and yet not understand. It was a strange blessing, like experiencing madness without being mad. It was a gentle lack of interest with respect to the so-called things of the intellect, a sweet stupidity. — CLARICE LISPECTOR