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Democratic anarchy
The severe acute respiratory syndrome epidemic sweeping across eastern and southeastern Asia raises important questions about democracy and crisis management. There is no denying that Chinese secrecy aggravated the problem. Even in late February, whe...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
A house in disarray
Sir — The report, “Bungalow blow to Arundhati” (May 7) came as a revelation. It was shocking to fin ...  | Read.. 
 
Work more
Sir — The report, “Holiday 201 days, work 164” (May 8), should provide some food for thought to our ...  | Read.. 
 
Unbelievable
Sir — I find it hard to believe that India’s legislators have made it legally compulsory for the mo ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
USED OUT OF TURN
Innocuous as a weapon, the trident can still be used to signal religious militancy that could endanger the harmony among diff...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Bad news, if it gives timely warning for remedies, is good news. But it is also true that the world can be too much with us. The tragedies, the disasters, the horrors are real enough; perhaps the greatest horror is that they are, somewhere, daily occurrences. They always have been and there’s no relief in sight. — VERMONT ROYSTER
 
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Longing for home and the rains
I have been intrigued by the fact that so many Indians achieve eminence in different fields in foreign lands which they were ...  | Read..