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Boys and their toys
After four months of London and other points UK, itís good to be back in New Delhi again. My circle of PLU (People Like Us), media types, journalists, writers, film-makers and the ilk, are in fine form, still caught in their usual cycle of partying h...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Animal constituency
Sir ó The kutta billi minister finally faces a challenge in her own captive constituency ( ...  | Read.. 
 
Noise assault
Sir ó It is surprising that the government, which has banned cigarette smoking in public places dee ...  | Read.. 
 
Injured innocents
Sir ó Everybody nowadays ó from the government to the common people ó seems to be out to persecute ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PAYING COURT TO THE STATE
The Supreme Courtís reduction of the powers of minority schools expands the ambit of the state and perpetuates the weakness o...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
No one remembers him
Letís start at the temple
Some way to go places
The headache persists
A breath of hot AIR
Has he sung his swan song'
SCRIPSI
If there be any addition to knowledge, it is rather a new knowledge than a greater knowledge; rather a singularity in a desire of proposing something that was not known at all before than an improving, an advancing, a multiplying of former inceptions; and by that means, no knowledge comes to be perfect. ó JOHN DONNE