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High tech, low brain
The author is visiting professor at the University of Melbourne and soon will be teaching at SIS, JNU...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sick way to protest
Sir — Our Trinamool Congress leaders have this rather unique protest line to which they take recour ...  | Read.. 
 
Hide and seek
Sir — Protests over the disconnection of power and water lines to several tanneries in the city wer ...  | Read.. 
 
Armed against
Sir — S.K. Raychaudhuri, in his letter (“Occupying only the armchair”, Nov 18), is justified in pro ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FISH IN UNTROUBLED WATERS
Inclusion in the Ramsar list for international ecological sites can now ensure the protection the East Calcutta wetlands bad...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The experience of the woman writer is completely schizophrenic. One is always torn between two approaches: on the one hand, to use a language that is not ours...and on the other, the battle one fights to break up all this up, in order to do something else through and in language. — MONIQUE WITTIG
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Lolita of the Mughal times
if they wanted to marry Muslim women, they underwent nominal conversion to Islam; if they took on Hindu wives, they observed...  | Read..