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Life is elsewhere
E.M. Forster is not remembered for his short stories, in part because many of them look like somewhat inadequate explorations of a sudden idea. Some of these ideas-as-tales are in line with those by H.G. Wells, Forster’s older contemporary, but in th...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
No points for peacemaking
Sir — So what if Saddam Hussein has just made a major concession by allowing United Nations weapons ...  | Read.. 
 
Better connection
Sir — A non-resident Indian living in Hong Kong, I was happy to learn that Calcutta Telephones was ...  | Read.. 
 
New beginning
Sir — That members of the Chinese communist party have realized the importance and inevitability of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STAR OF CHANGE OVER CHINA
China is poised for a shift in economic strategy, and faces the challenge of maintaining political control in the face of eco...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Trudging up Mount Abu
Run for cover
Fast movers
Cost of a free lunch
How many votes in all'
Gold diggers at work
SCRIPSI
The trouble with women like me is — they can’t keep their nerves out of the job in hand...I loathe myself, today. I detest this woman who ‘superintends’ you and rushes about, slamming doors and slopping water — all untidy with her blouse out and her nails grimed. — KATHERINE MANSFIELD