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Saraswati in Wiltshire
It’s World Cup time again, and the tango between media and marketing has begun to reach steamy levels. Write-ups speculating on “Our Boys’ Chances”, with attendant analyses and statistical torrents keep appearing in print, outnumbered and surrounded...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Performer par excellence
Sir — If inviting him time and again to sell his state to industrialists is doing ghor anyay ...  | Read.. 
 
Bad judgment
Sir — I thank Ashok Mitra for not hesitating to point out the double standards in mourning the deat ...  | Read.. 
 
No excuse
Sir — Blaming the Centre for every malady that confronts it is nothing new with the West Bengal gov ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WATER OF INDIA
Excess of pesticide residue in bottled water shows that global players apply lower standards to goods sold in Indian markets ...| Read.. 
 
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It’s astonishing to see what the Russian Revolution can become, thanks to the brain of the Yankee entrepreneur; you only have to see the photos in North American magazines, only the photos because I can’t read them, to realize they’re the most stupid people on earth; that’s quite possible because even the human race has a limited potential for idiocy. — JUAN CARLOS ONETTI