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Buying behaviour
Purchases by households of cassette recorders fell in 1998-99 and have been falling sharply since 1996-97; that of table fans has been relatively static since 1994-95; that of motor cycles has been growing faster than ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Mother courage
Sir — I completely disagree with the last statement of Amit Roy’s report, “Mother cleared of murder ...  | Read.. 
 
Theatre of the absurd
Sir — The proxy war between the mayor of the Calcutta Municipal Corporation and the members of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Fuel for thought
Sir — I cannot but take G.S. Mudur’s report on “Professor’s dream ride” (June 8) with a pinch of sa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
JUST DROPPING BY
It is too early to determine the real impact of the visit of the deputy prime minister, Mr L.K. Advani, to the United States ...| Read.. 
 
WRONG NUMBERS
Instability can become a way of life. For the unfortunate state of Uttar Pradesh, politics has come to be identified with the...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Just to Stay out of prison
“Italy is in danger,” said centre-left leader Francesco Rutelli early last month. “We risk becoming a regime without even rea...  | Read.. 
OPED
Surely more than cannonfodder
The day Saddam Hussein’s statue was being toppled in Baghdad by American-inspired Iraqis, an old man in Umm Qasr, southern Iraq, was telling an Indian journalist what a fan he...  | Read.. 
 
Research, evaluate and implement
Each party shall prohibit, or promote the prohibition of, the distribution of free tobacco products to the public and especially minors. Each party shall endeavour to prohibit...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The mere fact of dealing with matters outside the general run of everyday experience laid me under the obligation of a more scrupulous fidelity to the truth of my own sensations. The problem was to make unfamiliar things credible. — JOSEPH CONRAD