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Revisiting Killing Fields
While the high representatives of the great powers were deliberating global issues like security and terrorism in Phnom Penh, 13 million Cambodians were trying to come to grips with their own insecurities after their government succumbed to United Na...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
In total devotion
Sir — The power sants and sadhus wield in India should not be unknown. ...  | Read.. 
 
Judgment on a judge
Sir — The report, “Judge in call-girl supplier dock” (June 17), is another instance of the corrupti ...  | Read.. 
 
African tips
Sir — “Flies buzz out of 13-year-old boy’s body in rare disease”(June 14) would be regarded as comm ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
YET IT MOVES
The man who invented the wheel is the forefather of Henry Ford, whose first motor car trundled out of the factory a hundred y...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
He that steals a cow from a poor widow, or a stirk from a cottar, is a thief; he that lifts a drove from a Sassenach laird, is a gentleman-drover. And, besides, to take a tree from the forest, a salmon from the river, a deer from the hill, or a cow from a Lowland strath, is what no Highlander need ever think shame upon. — WALTER SCOTT
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Let’s take a bet
When I first went to England in 1934, I ran into a young Sikh about my age who was staying in the gurdwara in Shepherd...  | Read..