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After the triumph
The author is an independent political analyst and researcher...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
To live with dignity
Sir — It is bad enough to celebrate Pongal without food at home. To add salt to the wound, Amma’s g ...  | Read.. 
 
Power play
Sir — A friend who belonged to the personal staff of Uttar Pradesh’s first chief minister, Govind B ...  | Read.. 
 
Mobile plans
Sir — Reliance Infocomm’s cellular services have been hailed as the mobile phone for the common Ind ...  | Read.. 
 
Animal passions
Sir — The photograph of the bull in the midst of a crowd at the Jallikatu festival, which featured ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOTHING IS ALIEN
Too much of higher education in India is career driven rather than directed to the pursuit of knowledge. One necessary condit...| Read.. 
 
RAZOR’S EDGE
Territorial boundaries are a major factor in creating demographic identities. It is not unusual or unreasonable, therefore, f...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Too little, too late again
The Maharashtra government has been forced to concede, after repeated denials, that more than 6,000 villages in the state’s i...  | Read.. 
OPED
Mobility comes at a price
The consumer of telecommunications services in India today is caught in the middle as cellular companies and limited mobile service providers fight it out over the issue of in...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Talk of our enlightened days and our emancipated country — pure nonsense! We are firmly held with the self-fashioned chains of slavery. Yes, now I see that they are self-fashioned, and must be self-removed. — KATHERINE MANSFIELD