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What summits are all about
If, instead of greeting each other with the usual handshake, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the Chinese premier, Wen Jiabao, had hugged and kissed each other the way Leonid Brezhnev used to greet his east European counterparts, it is very likely that much ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
To make a fashion statement
Sir Our Marxist leaders never stop trying, do they' Shortly after the chief minister, Buddhadeb...  | Read.. 
 
Food for thought
Sir There might be abundant buffer stocks of foodgrains in India, as Bhaskar Dutta mentions in P ...  | Read.. 
 
Road to nowhere
Sir The Telegraph recently asked readers if jaywalking should be punished. Perhaps not. If ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CALL OF FAITH
One mans failure is not necessarily another mans strength. The innumerable failures of the Bharatiya Janata Party and its a...| Read.. 
 
DRAGGING FEET
A sluggish bureaucracy is the bane of enterprise in India. Even a well-known company like Tata Steel, therefore, has to strug...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Valuable inputs for better policies
Children and young people are virtually invisible in terms of public policy and of voices expressed on the national stage. Even in the healthiest democratic societies...  | Read.. 
 
Change of role
The Sankaracharaya of Kanchi, who enjoyed his brief moment in the sun, and needless to add, in the bright lights of the media, has been denied his chance of rewriting the hist...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It cannot but happen...that those will survive whose functions happen to be most nearly in equilibrium with the modified aggregate of external forces... This survival of the fittest implies multiplication of the fittest. HERBERT SPENCER