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THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
The ides of March
The author is professor of political science and director, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Strictly a no-fly zone
Sir — What millions of angry protestors around the world have not been able to do, can our feathere ...  | Read.. 
 
Two steps back
Sir — Jaswant Sinha has cited pressure from his colleagues and the opposition to justify the withdr ...  | Read.. 
 
Hero or villain'
Sir — The opposition, especially the Congress, created a brouhaha over the unveiling of V.D. Savark ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
UNSAFE STATE
A rape is anything but a rape. Acquaintance with the multifarious subterfuges, pretexts, post-texts and excuses to minimize t...| Read.. 
 
BLOOD RITUAL
Violence means are never a justification for supposedly peaceful ends. Yet, the United Liberation Front of Asom has unleashed...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
HOW to keep the judges in line
The Centre has proposed that a national judicial commission be set up to appoint judges to the Supreme Court and high courts....  | Read.. 
OPED
Small is not necessarily bad
Tim Hanstad is executive director of the Rural Development Institute and Partha Majumder is the RDI’s West Bengal representative...  | Read.. 
 
After the investigation

Anti-doping organizations conducting testing shall:Plan and implement an effective number of tests based on an assessment of the relative risk of doping in each sport and discipline....  | Read.. 

 
SCRIPSI
To live each day as though one’s last, never flustered, never apathetic, never attitudinizing — here is perfection of character. — MARCUS AURELIUS