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Bush’s other agenda
Mercifully, George W. Bush’s war-mongering tirade at the United Nations stopped short of a declaration of hostilities. But standing at an angle to the great nation on which he was foisted by accident, he sounded like a demented Nero....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Hurry up please, it’s time
Sir — While Pete Sampras may have proved a point or two to his detractors by winning the US Open ch ...  | Read.. 
 
Terror tactics
Sir — It has been a year since the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — How could L.K. Advani talk about introducing a constitutional amendment to ban cow slaughter. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MORE HASTE, LESS HEED
The Supreme Court’s judgment on the NCERT syllabus exposes the folly of rushing to court with little else but a bundle of fe...| Read.. 
 
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The worker becomes poorer the more wealth he produces and the more his production increases in power and extent. The worker becomes an ever cheaper commodity the more good he creates. The devaluation of the human world increases in direct relation with the increase in value of the world of things. — KARL MARX