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Editorial vandalism
Cultural anthropologists give a special place in their work to the interpretation of apparently irrational behaviour. The really ingenious ones ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
All in the head
Sir — We’ve been asked, “Don’t lose head on lice”, (June 6). But physicians, insect researchers an ...  | Read.. 
 
Anything goes
Sir — The secretary and chief executive of the Council for the Indian School of Certificate Examina ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TOLLYWOOD’S RAY OF HOPE
The interests of Bengali films and Bengal’s film industry are not the same. The latter should aim to make money, the former ...| Read.. 
 
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Our lady’s companion
Welcome, Mr Prime Minister
Biking across the border
Kingmakers in UP
Newfound friends
Private versus party
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The attitude of the columnist toward his reading public is a marked one. He may be chummy with his readers, take them closely into his confidence, and write to them intimately of intimate things...Or the columnist may go to the other extreme and apparently ignore his readers, tossing his material out with seemingly no concern as to whether anybody ever looks at it. — HALLAM WALKER DAVIS