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India’s founding foreigners
it parodies the myth of an undying Netaji, it ridicules the absurdities of the Forward Bloc, it exposes the stupidity of political idolatry....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sing your own song
Sir — From condoms to candles. On the crest of success, pop divas would try to sell everything they ...  | Read.. 
 
Whose progress'
Sir — Ashok Mitra has rightly exposed the myth of liberalization (“Back to the gamble”, Jan 10). Th ...  | Read.. 
 
Confusing the past
Sir — Reading about the recent excavations near Dum Dum was a thrilling experience (“Calcutta digs ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DISTANT DRUMS
It now seems increasingly likely that a US-led war against Iraq could take place very soon, and only the most dramatic diplom...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
As a military man who has given half a century of active service, I say in all sincerity that the nuclear arms race has no military purpose. Wars cannot be fought with nuclear weapons; their existence only adds to our perils, because of the illusions that they have generated. The world now stands on the brink of the final abyss. Let us all resolve to take all possible practicable steps to ensure that we do not, through our own folly, go over the edge. — LORD LOUIS MOUNTBATTEN
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
An elephant called Gopalan
There are somethings about the elephant I never understood. Why for instance our forefathers found their backsides sexually a...  | Read..