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Different beds, same dreams
In Beijing in December 1988, the octogenarian Deng Xiaoping told the 44-year-old Rajiv Gandhi that “if there should be an ‘Asian Age’ in the next century, then it could be realized only after India and China became developed economies”. When the soon...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Adding more flesh
Sir — Like cross-border terrorism, cross-border trafficking of women is an undoubted threat to our ...  | Read.. 
 
Men of action
Sir— Much has been made of the “vikas-lauh purush” controversy. But the icing came from Atal ...  | Read.. 
 
Why follow the line'
Sir — The editorial, “Mad as a hater” (June 11), was on predictable lines. The English language med ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEVER SAY NEVER
Nobody was expecting a yes. It was simply a question of how the no was going to be said. Britain is still not ready for the e...| Read.. 
 
CALL OF LANGUAGE
A common language makes a nation but language also divides people. There is no dearth of examples in India to illustrate the ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
It’s the editors’ day out
It was a treat watching M.J. Akbar last Sunday. The Asian Age editor-in-chief may not have been very illuminating, but...  | Read.. 
OPED
Keep an eye on this trade
Parties should be assisted in determining the point of diversion and monitor, document and control the movement of tobaccoproducts and their legal status. In addition, each party shall...  | Read.. 
 
A sanctioned killing
The way in which Iraqi society and state have been systematically maimed by the extensive use of lethal weapons, including mini-nuclear bombs, has exposed realities that are i...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
That is the worst thing about being a middle-class woman...you have more knowledge of yourself and the world: you are equipped to make choices,/ but there are none left to make. — ALISON LURIE