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A question of priorities
The British writer, Muriel Gray, says that the contestants in today’s Miss World contest in London are “wearing swimwear dripping with blood”. According to another writer, the organizer has blood on her hands. British feminists have protested that th...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Reality check
Sir — Are the Mumbai police so naive as to expect Shah Rukh Khan and Rakesh Roshan to admit in open ...  | Read.. 
 
Strike out
Sir — The uncompromising attitude of the striking lawyers is a painful reminder of the time when mi ...  | Read.. 
 
Identity crisis
Sir — Despite the introduction of voter’s identity cards a few years ago, the ration card continues ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FALL FROM INNOCENCE
The transformation that is taking place in the ideological framework of the Indian republic can be traced back to December ...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The feeling individual appeared weak — he felt only his own weakness. But if he accepted his weakness and his separateness and descended into himself, intensifying his loneliness, he discovered his solidarity with other isolated creatures. — SAUL BELLOW
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Poet, lover and madman
A Season on the Earth: Selected poems of Nirala. It was translated by David Rubin, once professor of Hindi at Columbi...  | Read..