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The UN and occupied Iraq
The author is former ambassador to the European Union and China...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Who is the least popular of them all'
Sir — It is more than evident that the South African cricket captain does not exactly have the high ...  | Read.. 
 
Holiday season
Sir — Being a Central government employee, I think that the report, “Holiday 201 days, work 164” (M ...  | Read.. 
 
City with no name
Sir — The editorial, “Job’s comfort” (May 18), remarks sarcastically that while Kolkata has a birth ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
There are enough grounds to be proud of the Indian democracy, and also enough reasons to be seriously concerned about its fu...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The root of Evil, Avarice/ That damned ill-natur’d, baneful Vice,/ Was Slave to Prodigality,/ That noble Sin; whilst Luxury/ Employed a Million of the Poor,/ And odious Pride a Million more;/ Envy itself, and Vanity,/ Were Ministers of Industry;/ Their darling Folly, Fickleness,/ In Diet, Furniture and Dress/ That strange ridic’lous Vice, was made/ That very Wheel that turned the Trade. — BERNARD MANDEVILLE
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Diplomatic exercise
In every modern gymnasium there is an electronically-powered machine called treadmill. It has a broad rubber belt which start...  | Read..