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The top is a lonely place
but not sadness over the tragic events in New York and Washington a year ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
On famous lives
Sir — Should not have Anoushka Shankar waited a little while longer before she came out with “a dau ...  | Read.. 
 
What’s in the language
Sir — Rukun Advani, with his ready wit and keen sense of humour, brilliantly exposes the futility o ...  | Read.. 
 
Forgotten tongue
Sir — The article “Tongue in check” (Aug 13) has rightly pointed out the apathy of Bengalis, parti ...  | Read.. 
 
Picture this
Sir — I am a regular reader of The Telegraph and would like to express my gratitude for the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
AFTER THE FALL
A year is not a long time in the history of the world but it is long enough to be rid of the cobwebs of illusion and hyperbol...| Read.. 
 
BAD NEIGHBOURS
Inter-state rivalries over boundaries or common facilities like river water are not new in India. But the latest tension betw...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
blame it on the religious leaders
The interface of religion and politics has a long history in India. The issue today has grown in importance with political pa...  | Read.. 
OPED
Little hope for peace
Will history repeat itself in Afghanistan' Ten years ago, in April 1992, after Mohammad Najibullah was overthrown, an interim administration, representing a Pushtun-Tajik alli...  | Read.. 
 
Those who were left without a cover
training of the key staff is an essential pre-requisite for effective implementation of a programme. Due to lack of advance planning there was a shortfall of 60 per cent and ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The President hears a hundred voices telling him that he is the greatest man in the world. He must listen carefully to hear the one voice that tells him he is not. — HARRY S. TRUMAN