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Attractive or autocratic'
The author is professor of economics, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Trial too harsh
Sir — The editorial, “Hard test” (April 3), focusses on a matter of great importance. Can the cour ...  | Read.. 
 
Win some, lose some
Sir — Although it might sound selfish, the ouster of Saddam Hussein will be of immense benefit to I ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CITY OF FEW JOYS
A study sponsored by the Confederation of Indian Industry has done a ranking of 36 Indian cities — 34 cities with more than 1...| Read.. 
 
SUICIDAL GAME
The ethnic carnage in Assam’s Cachar district has put the government of Mr Tarun Gogoi to a severe test. The brutal killing o...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Ways out of this mindless violence
Remember back with me the days when we were little children. That was before parents knew that it was wrong to beat their kid...  | Read.. 
OPED
The other Saddam
There is every possibility that Saddam Hussein will be dead before this is published. So, you might wish to read this as an obituary. On the other hand, as Saddam’s resilience...  | Read.. 
 
Oiling the engines of growth
What is needed is a partnership between the government machinery at all levels and all the stake holders in the process of exports. The media too has a significant role to pla...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Ah, poems amount to so little when you write them too early in your life. You ought to wait and gather sense and sweetness for a whole lifetime, and a long one if possible, and then, at the very end, you might perhaps be able to write ten good lines. — RAINER MARIA RILKE