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Om of Indian publishing
Some Hindus believe that the “Word” first echoed over India as a primal Brahmanic “Om”. This has caused the philosopher and wit, Ramu Gandhi (the Mahatma’s grandson), to suggest that the home ministry under the current pseudo-Hindu regime ough...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dancing to her tune
Sir — Who could have guessed that the way to the hearts of Indians was not through the stomach, but ...  | Read.. 
 
A team is born
Sir — The present Indian cricket team led by Sourav Ganguly is capable of winning the World Cup. Fo ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ROOM FOR REASON
Trying to value and retrieve ancient Indian modes of thought is not the same as holding up government functions until ministe...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Do we need this hero'
On the lookout for role models
Anything that will stir them a little
Showing who has more power
Ministry for law and ardour
Long line of succession
SCRIPSI
That it is at least as difficult to stay a moral infection as a physical one; that such a disease will spread with the malignity and rapidity of the plague; that the contagion, when it has once made head, will spare no pursuit or condition, but will lay hold on people in the soundest health, and become developed in the most unlikely constitutions; is a fact as firmly established by experience as that we human creatures breathe an atmosphere. — CHARLES DICKENS