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that he would be guided, instead, by common sense and discretion....  | Read.. 
 
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The great exchange offer
Sir — He came, he saw, he shopped (for software experts). That probably sums up Mahathir Mohammad’s ...  | Read.. 
 
As expected
Sir — The preliminary report on the investigation into the Rajdhani express derailment is not unexp ...  | Read.. 
 
Gun culture
Sir — Every society has its share of psychopaths, but it is a sick society that would put a loaded ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
COME MR TALLY MAN
Harry Belafonte calling Mr Colin Powell a house slave is a combination of political protest and misplaced sentiments...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Now, our music is universal. It shares the rhythmic content of African music, music of the Western hemisphere, and various lands of the East, and has merged this rhythm with European harmonies, the soul of slaves, the blues, and the spirituals to create jazz. — DIZZY GILLESPIE
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Old man with a flowing beard
Have you seen god' No, I have not. Nor do I believe that anyone at any time, past or present, has seen him. As for me, even i...  | Read..