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The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi...  | Read.. 
 
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Surely, you must be joking
Sir — Ever since he took over as the tenant of White House, George “Dubya” Bush has been the world’ ...  | Read.. 
 
Death row
Sir — The absurdity of the decisions of the Central government and especially the Union home minist ...  | Read.. 
 
Come a cropper
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Most of the Third Reich’s problems would have been solved if the Führer had been made to enjoy jazz and The Great Dictator...| Read.. 
 
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I have been told...that I seem to love all my characters. What I do in writing of any character is try to enter into the mind, heart and skin of a human being who is not myself. Whether this happens to be a man or a woman, old or young, with skin black or white, the primary challenge lies in making the jump itself. It is the act of a writer’s imagination that I set most high. — EUDORA WELTY