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Looking beyond Iraq
The author is former director general, National Council for Applied Economic Research and chairman, Central Electricity Regulatory Commission...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Hard drive
Sir — It is no surprise that the West Bengal transport minister, Subhas Chakraborty, has turned dow ...  | Read.. 
 
Class conscious
Sir — The concepts of academic excellence and a meaningful education are moving away from each othe ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourist is king
Sir — The West Bengal tourism department’s announcement that the three main pilgrimage spots for Be ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WEAK WILL
the proxy war unleashed by Pakistan and the war for the hearts and minds of the people of the state. On both fronts, New Del...| Read.. 
 
CROSSING OVER
There is a joke being played on the ordinary Calcuttan. He is being assured of improved conditions of existence and a smoothe...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
WORDS AND MEANINGS
The first casualty of war is not truth, which generally dies well before hostilities begin. It is language. Consider how Iraq...  | Read.. 
OPED
It pays to open out to the world
Exactly a year back,... Thiru Murasoli Maran had announced the export and import policy for the five year period 2002-07 coinciding with the 10th five-year plan. This policy r...  | Read.. 
 
The cost of an empire
A New Agenda for Business Leaders...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It’s a myth that if you’re liked by only four people it must be good. It might also be very bad: they might be your mother, your brother, your uncle and your aunt. — DAVID HOCKNEY