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Some guns and no roses
The author is a retired air marshal of the Indian air force...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Defending the indefensible
Sir — Uttar Pradesh politics is turning out to be nothing short of a merry circus. With Mayavati, the state’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Notes from abroad
Sir — K.P. Nayar seems to consider the few mentions of India’s stand on Iraq in the American media ...  | Read.. 
 
False heroes
Sir — Ramachandra Guha depicts Joseph Stalin in his true colours (“Remembering Uncle Joe”, March 5) ...  | Read.. 
 
Schools of thought
Sir — Ayaldas Hemnani’s views on what an ideal daughter-in-law should be like are absolute nonsense ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GENUFLECTION
India’s modernity is laced with a heavy dose of feudal values. Deference rather than equality prevails in large parts of publ...| Read.. 
 
JUDGED BY HISTORY
Mr Tony Blair is preparing, as he puts it, “to be judged by history”. But before the heroics, come the “day-to-day judgments”...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Stringent laws of strange encounters
Some may think the policemen raped and sodomized a young boy at Badarpur, Delhi, for not paying the increased hafta to the police, others may think the policemen were p...  | Read.. 
 
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