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Brake on acceleration
At the World Bank annual development economics conference in Bangalore in May 2003 on “Accelerating Development”, the private sector and its role in development was discussed...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Politics of the arts
Sir — Mamata Banerjee used to draw crowds. But now, it seems, she only draws (“She draws, writes &a ...  | Read.. 
 
Topping the hate list
Sir — The United Nations has always had the “reputation” of being effectively controlled by the big ...  | Read.. 
 
Peak time
Sir — Mount Everest is much in the news, as celebrations are underway to commemorate the 50th anniv ...  | Read.. 
 
Don’t jump the gun
Sir — Raj Namdev apparently shot his superior, A.R. Karandikar, and took six colleagues hostage at ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO SPITTING
Hygiene has never had anything to do with refinement or revolution in West Bengal. Profound anxieties regarding the state of ...| Read.. 
 
SHAKY UP THERE
There are few states politically as unfortunate as the Uttar Pradesh of the past few years. Governance has become a sad joke,...| Read.. 
 
OPED
To deliver a baby that is Europe’s own
The author is a Brussels-based journalist specializing in EU trade policy and Europe’s relations with Asia, Africa and the Middle East...  | Read.. 
 
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The law of the survival of the fittest was not made by man and cannot be abrogated by man. We can only by interfering with it, produce the survival of the unfittest. — WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER