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Our bowl, their pot
We don’t have to look for inspiration elsewhere, at the American melting pot, for example, with its reluctant multiculturalism. We have our own overflowing, piquant salad bowl. Our biggest strength is the Great Indian Experiment, a unique experiment ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sacrificing rationality
Sir — The government of India is trying to ban cow slaughter to protect Hindu sentiments. But what ...  | Read.. 
 
Money for nothing
Sir — With front pages regularly flashing news of dowry killings, Nisha Sharma’s act of reporting h ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CLIO AND THE STATE
History-writing, including the writing of textbooks, should be left entirely to historians and freed from state patronage a...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
What’s in his bag'
Hungry for views
Hitting the road
Joint partnership
Back to the valley
Missing out
SCRIPSI
What a terrible reflection it is, by the way, that nearly all our deep love for women who are not our kindred depends — at any rate, in the first instance — upon their personal appearances. If we lost them, and found them again dreadful to look on, though otherwise they were the very same, should we still love them' — SIR HENRY RIDER HAGGARD