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Everybody does it
The author teaches economics at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Premium on comfort
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Shock therapy
Sir — Lately, there have been a number of incidents of the relatives of victims of alleged “medical ...  | Read.. 
 
Three heroes
Sir — The photograph of Chuni Goswami and P.K. Banerjee congratulating Leslie Claudius on his birth ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SEIZE THE DAY
Watching from the margins need not be entirely devoid of advantages. India has so far chosen to strike a judicious middle-pat...| Read.. 
 
SCATTERED FLOCK
All political leaders demand unflinching loyalty from their flock. But some, like Ms Mamata Banerjee, make it difficult for t...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
business of dirty money
In January, the president gave his assent to the prevention of money laundering bill, 2002. It was the culmination of a proce...  | Read.. 
OPED
Towards a global cinema
The Japan-based Sony Corporation has made the biggest investment in Asian production. Columbia Pictures Film Production Asia — the Hong Kong-based subsidiary of Sony’s Hollywo...  | Read.. 
 
Where anything is possible
A new Congress-led coalition government, the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance, has been sworn into the seventh assembly in Meghalaya. But it is still early in the day to predict ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There is such a thing as luck. There is such a thing as a run of luck. This is an instructive insight I ha ve gained from poker — that all things have a rhythm, even the most seemingly inanimate of statistics. — DAVID ALAN MAMET