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Putting the boot in
the morning news on the wireless invariably provides serious entertainment, where the interviewer can ask any high-up in the government, in the sharpest of tones, dropping even the “Mr” in his address: “So, Jack Jones, aren’t you being a bit frugal ...  | Read.. 
 
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Dying for others
Sir — Someone had once said that if the rich could hire the poor to die on their behalf, the poor c ...  | Read.. 
 
Taken for a ride
Sir — The West Bengal transport minister, Subhas Chakraborty, may have reduced bus and taxi fares a ...  | Read.. 
 
Need for more care
Sir — Atmaja, the association of adoptive parents, is thankful to The Telegraph for the publ ...  | Read.. 
 
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TANKED UP
The tendency of major political parties to move decision-making out of the party organization through reviews by the think-...| Read.. 
 
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