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Mountain work
Nima Tenzing Galang’s Filipino husband, Emmanuel (Noli) Galang, a gentle artist with a mischievous sense of humour with whom I worked for several years, died on the 50th anniversary of her father’s triumph. It was not surprising, perhaps, in this glo...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Some more beauty myths
Sir — What could be a better example of getting the best of both worlds than handsome men producing ...  | Read.. 
 
Nature care
Sir — World Environment Day, celebrated only a couple of days ago, reminds us every year how nature ...  | Read.. 
 
Caught in the rut
Sir — West Bengal’s dubious distinction of producing 22 polio cases will perhaps be covered up by t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEVER BEGIN A DICTIONARY
Even while celebrating its 75th anniversary, the OED is aware that it is impossible to finish making a dictionary ...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
But if marriage be such a blessed state, how comes it, may you say, that there are so few happy marriages' Now in answer to this, it is not to be wondered that so few succeed, we should rather be surprised to find so many do, considering how imprudently men engage, the motive they act by, and the very strange conduct they observe throughout. — MARY ASTELL
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Seriously trivial
We Indians have a penchant for making trivia into issues of national importance: baat ka batangar, making mountains of molehills. The latest example is the hoo-ha being made over conversions from on...  | Read..