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Terror, fictions and myths
the police version need not be considered as gospel truth. Fake encounters are a tradition handed down to the Indian police from British days: revolutionary patriots, dubbed by the authorities as “terrorists”, were fair game to black-and-tan veteran...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The other side of the story
Sir —The report, “Making advances” (Nov 10), raises a few questions. Why hasn’t anyone tried to get ...  | Read.. 
 
Placebo effect
Sir — The more things change, the more they remain the same. Thus it was that under the fresh coat ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GENERALLY IMMORAL
No woman is bad enough to deserve being raped. It has taken Indian law a hundred and thirty years to accept this proposition....| Read.. 
 
ON TRACK
Two years is nothing in the life of a state. But for a state like Jharkhand, they are important because the state was born ou...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 

Women only toil in vain

Women represent one of the major development forces in the world. According to an United Nations report, women work longer ho...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
The word ‘civilization’ to my mind is coupled with death...I see civilization as a crippling, thwarting thing, a stultifying thing...Civilization is the arteriosclerosis of culture. — HENRY MILLER
 
BOOKS
Caste in a mould
THE RISE OF THE LOW CASTES IN NORTH INDIAN POLITICS By Christophe Jaffrel...  | Read.. 
 
Screen test for Asian tigers
THE CINEMAS OF ASIA Edited by Aruna Vasudev, Latika Padgaonkar and Rasmi ...  | Read.. 
 
Take a break from war
PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES By David P. Barash and Charles P. Webel, Sa...  | Read.. 
 
Twice as much in half as little
Why has this happened and what could be done to make the future of the boo...  | Read.. 
 

Xanadus of the mind

Book Briefs
  To shrink the lady
  Adding nothing to history
  You can’t be serious