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Washington and after
The author is former governor, Reserve Bank of India...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Rot in the system
Sir The transfer-for-cash scandal involving two bureaucrats, Anurag Vardhan and R.Perumalswamy, a ...  | Read.. 
 
Cable fault
Sir By mid July all pay-channel viewers in India will have to install set-top-boxes to view their ...  | Read.. 
 
Off-air
Sir Transacting with British Airways, one of the most popular airlines operating in Calcutta, is ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CONFUSED SHUFFLE
A routine shuffling of the ministerial pack of cards becomes an action fraught with signs and consequences. It would appear t...| Read.. 
 
AIDS WITH A FIGLEAF
Ms Sushma Swaraj wants to put a little figleaf on the Indian AIDS prevention programme. All the talk about condoms that HIV/A...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
It is a hard life at the UN
The United Nations secretary general, Kofi Annan, is in the eye of the storm again. This time it is a diplomatic storm that i...  | Read.. 
OPED
Life support mechanisms
The conservation of groundwater flow requires special measures during and after the construction of underground structures. With respect to groundwater flow conservation, ther...  | Read.. 
 
How a heroine was made
In a country starved for celebrities and constantly on the search for people with a cause, the Indian media, government and non-governmental organizations seem to have struck ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We must not regard political consequences, however formidable they may be. If rebellion was the certain consequence, we are bound to say, Justicia fiat, ruat coelum (Let justice be done, though the skies may fall). WILLIAM MURRAY MANSFIELD