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History and belief
The recent controversy over the French novelist Michel Houellebecq’s views on Islam, alongside the Miss World furore in Africa over a reporter’s frivolous comments on Prophet Muhammad, are both instances that have recalled Salman Rushdie, literally a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A man of no importance
Sir — What does it matter if Laloo Prasad Yadav has a magnetic personality or that his life is “s ...  | Read.. 
 
All in the mind
Sir — No one can fault Ashok Guha’s observation that excessive dependence on technology weakens the ...  | Read.. 
 
On the slow gear
Sir — While the West Bengal government is very good at making plans, it is sadly lacking when it co ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RELUCTANT REFORMERS
By appearing half-hearted in its support for economic reform, the NDA has committed the worst sin in governance...| Read.. 
 
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To school, to school
Father figure
Standing invitation
Ride low for ever
A small slip
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I didn’t know Who — or what — put the question, I don’t know when it was put. I don’t even remember answering. But at some moment I did answer Yes to Someone and from that hour I was certain that existence is meaningful and that, therefore, my life, in self-surrender, had a goal. — DAG HAMMARSKJÖLD