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A walk around Schoeneberg
It’s now more than a month that I entered Berlin for the first time. I may as well say it was the first time I entered Germany. Once, in 1973, a Switzerland-bound train I was in with my parents stopped for a few...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
End of an affair
Sir — Why is Britney Spears under the illusion that the public is as stupid as she is (“Love’s reci ...  | Read.. 
 
Hammer and tongue
Sir — I cannot but disagree with the editorial, “Tongues out” (July 2). Bengal is steadily deterior ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FLIGHT TOO FAR
That a dispute about the age limits of men and women on in-flight duty should end up in the Supreme Court is a sign of people...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Succession battle
Changing direction
Bridge the divide
Hero at sub-zero
Credit line
Hidden science
SCRIPSI
And into the gate they shall enter, and in that house they shall dwell, where there shall be no Cloud nor Sun, no darkness nor dazzling, but one equall light, no noyse nor silence, but one equall musick, no fears nor hopes, but one equall possession, no foes nor friends, but one equall communion and Identity, no ends nor beginnings, but one equall eternity. — JOHN DONNE