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Trick or trust
In the early Eighties, S.P. Acharya, the chairman and managing director of Shaw Wallace Limited, fought valiantly to protect his company’s shareholders from the predatory Manu Chhabria....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Experiments with untruth
Sir — With Narendra Modi ruling the roost in Gujarat, could the Best Bakery case have taken any ot ...  | Read.. 
 
Where’s the healing touch'
Sir — The editorial, “A touch of flu” (June 24), on the recent deaths in Murshidabad from influenza has rightly drawn attention to the. ...  | Read.. 
 
Let it pass
Sir — It is strange that despite the consensus among all major parties on the women’s reservation b ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The article, “Crowning glory” (June 13), about the preliminary rounds of the Godrej Colour So ...  | Read.. 
 
 
EDITORIAL
SHACKLES ON
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has reported 68 per cent increase in net profits in 2002-03. This takes net profits to R...| Read.. 
 
LOOKING BACKWARD
The chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Mr Digvijay Singh, seems broadly to be in tune with his party. Reservations is to be a ...| Read.. 
 
OPED
The principal problem
Only recently, Doon School, a leading public school in the country, conducted a six-month nation-wide hunt for a head to replace the existing incumbent who was relinquishing o...  | Read.. 
 
Concrete foundations
that work with families, parents, communities and local authorities can create the conditions and context for development; that it is those people affected by policies who sh...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Art is a form of communication that insinuates. We expect the artist to have more to say than what he communicated and suspect that what he said was a subterfuge for hiding something. — NICOLAS CALAS