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Between two lands
Everyone sympathized with a man I knew because his family had forced him to give up his girl friend and marry a woman of their choosing. No one stopped to consider that he might have been more of a man if he had stuck to his guns (and girl) and to he...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Science for the masses
Sir — What use are all the developments in science, if it cannot cure common cold — or save the hu ...  | Read.. 
 
Forked tongue
Sir — What can explain the vastly different responses of George W. Bush to the allegation of Saddam ...  | Read.. 
 
Not the same thing
Sir — The editorial, “See no condom” (Jan 14), asks why a family, which can be told about pulse pol ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ROAD SAFETY WEAK
The road safety week has shown how unsafe Calcutta is, because of the general disregard for rules that permeates all segment...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To those who charge that liberalism has been tried and found wanting, I answer that the failure is not in the idea but in the course of recent history. The New Deal was ended by World War II. The New Frontier was closed by Berlin and Cuba even before it was opened. And the Great Society lost its greatness in the jungles of Indochina. — GEORGE STANLEY MCGOVERN
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Speaking in the master’s voice
It is foolish to ascribe precise dates to the births of languages and their literatures. Languages are not born, they evolve ...  | Read..