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Just a mountain away
99.9 per cent Good, 0.1 per cent Bad. Braving SARS and by sticking to his scheduled visit when travelling to China is being shunned, the irrepressible Mr George Fernandes has lived up to his dare- devil reputation. In the process, he has also impart...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Getting impatient
Sir — The report, “Big brother comes to sister’s aid” (April 29), made interesting reading together ...  | Read.. 
 
Trial by fire
Sir — The Delhi high court has delivered exemplary justice to the victims of the Uphaar cinema trag ...  | Read.. 
 
Unpleasant surprise
Sir — If it takes 25 years for a telegram to reach its addressee, then the pathetic service of the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CENTRED LEARNING
Insecurity dogs the Centre when it comes to higher education. And this expresses itself most comprehensively through Mr Murli...| Read.. 
 
REACHING OUT
Many welfare projects of the government go waste because their benefits do not reach the people at the grassroots level. This...| Read.. 
VIA MEDIA
 
OF SELLING WARS AND CHANNELS
No, The Telegraph was not the only Indian newspaper to send a reporter to the just-concluded media Olympics in the Gulf. Santimon Jacob went ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Selective eavesdropping
An important oversight measure that many countries employ is the requiring of annual public reporting of information about the use of electronic surveillance by government dep...  | Read.. 
 
Terror at the grassroots
Politics, Mao Zedong said, is war without bloodshed, while war is politics with bloodshed. But propaganda is the life-blood of both war and politics. West Bengal’s ruling Marx...  | Read.. 
 
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