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Getting it right
The author is professor of philosophy, law and governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Diplomatic manoeuvres
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Settle down
Sir — This is not the first time innocent people have become the target of politics. In my own cons ...  | Read.. 
 
To make a point
Sir — May I clarify my position with regard to the report, “Writers at war” (Feb 9), by Bishakha De ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CUP RUNNETH OVER
Cricket’s only extravaganza began in South Africa on Sunday. The World Cup has now replaced the Ashes series as cricket’s pre...| Read.. 
 
ONE STEP BEHIND
In July 2002, Mr Jaswant Singh constituted a high-powered committee to assess the fiscal situation in different states. A rep...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Stop the crossing over first
Relations between India and Bangladesh have never been at a lower ebb than at present. And indications are that they will wor...  | Read.. 
OPED
Neck and neck in the Northeast
With the completion of withdrawals and the official announcement of the final list of candidates, the campaign for the three Northeast states going to the polls — Nagaland, Me...  | Read.. 
 
You just cannot afford to be wrong
So when will the system be fixed' How much more risk can we afford' Will we actually have to execute an innocent person before the tragedy that is our capital punishment syste...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Tears may be intellectual, but they can never be political. They save no man from being shot, no child from being thrown alive into the furnace. — SAUL BELLOW