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Holding back reform
The author is former director general, National Council for Applied Economic Research [email protected]..  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Of mice and important men
Sir — Rodents, like death, are a great leveller. If they crawl all over the passengers in second-cl ...  | Read.. 
 
Power games
Sir — Strobe Talbott, in his article, “The axis of irony” (Dec 2), fails to prove that the continui ...  | Read.. 
 
Health unwise
Sir — Simply spending a large sum of money on programmes is not the solution for the growing AIDS m ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THINK POSITIVE
It is easy to forget that marriages are also about companionship. This is, or ought to be, the crucial point to a match-maki...| Read.. 
 
CALL OF THE WILD
The greatest son of Gujarat described his life as a series of experiments with truth. Mr Narendra Modi, if he chooses to look...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
No one cries for the dead General
One should not speak ill of the dead, but an exception is justified in the case of Myanmar’s late dictator, Ne Win. He was re...  | Read.. 
OPED
For the city on a respirator
Wetlands International’s recognition of the East Calcutta wetlands as an ecosystem of international importance could not have come at a more critical time. From Jairam Ramesh ...  | Read.. 
 
How to keep tabs on ground realities
The members of the committee [on the rights of the child] shall be elected by secret ballot from a list of persons nominated by states parties. Each state party may nominate o...  | Read.. 
 
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The belief that we somehow moved on to something else — whether still recognizably ourselves, or quite thoroughly changed — might be a tribute to our evolutionary tenacity and our animal thirst for life, but not to our wisdom. — IAIN MENZIES BANKS