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The sins of fission
Mahatma Gandhi once remarked that the atom bomb was “the greatest sin known to science”. After India exploded a nuclear device on May 11, 1998...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pure entertainment
Sir — How can we explain the act of the Duttaguptas (“CM kind pretenders take state for a ride”, May 11)' To disguise oneself ...  | Read.. 
 
Carrot and lathi policy
Sir — In the recently held chief ministers’ meet in New Delhi, Bihar is supposed to have been rated ...  | Read.. 
 
Right to co-exist
Sir — The Dimasas have started their movement for a separate Dimaraji. Naturally, several problems ...  | Read.. 
 
Generous help
Sir — The wonderful article on the expedition to Mt Sivling carried an error (“Ain’t no mountain hi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOT FOR CHILDREN
Evil social practices, even when carried out on the pretext of tradition or religion, have to be wiped out by stringent laws ...| Read.. 
 
GUARDED WELCOME
The visit to India of Mr Richard Armitage, the United States of America’s deputy secretary of state, has had a mixed impact. ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Unknown and unseen fears
With World War I, the idea of bio-terrosism came to the forefront. The horror appeared again and again in later conflicts in ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Already dysfunctional at twenty six'
In an innovative study, results of which appeared in The Telegraph (“The city map”, April 11), Bibek Debroy, director, Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies, ...  | Read.. 
 
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