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China revisited
India-China relations have moved forward a long way since Atal Bihari Vajpayee first journeyed to China in February 1979, as foreign minister in Morarji Desaiís cabinet. A comparison of the results of his recent visit ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Bus to nowhere
Sir ó What is West Bengalís transport minister, Subhas Chakraborty, trying to achieve by proposing ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministerís day out
Sir ó That long stretches of the rail lines in many parts of the country have not been inspected fo ...  | Read.. 
 
Cup of cheer
Sir ó The Indian hockey team deserves more than a pat in the back for its spectacular performance a ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
APPARENT DROP
The United Nations development programmeís human development reports have been around since 1990. Since HDRs document human d...| Read.. 
 
ON THE ROAD
Greater wariness, when it comes from experience, may signal greater wisdom. And there is a certain soberness about the fact t...| Read.. 
 
CENTENARY TRIBUTE
 
Inspiring public policy
A.K. Dasgupta or AKDG (as some of us referred to him, somewhat inelegantly but affectionately) was widely admired as a schola...  | Read.. 
OPED
Poster campaign
A stray writing on the wall in the outskirts of the Chhatra district headquarters in Jharkhand catches the eye. ďMaut ka badla maut, fansi ka badla, fansi...  | Read.. 
 
Development and disease
While there has been considerable discussion of development interrelations with HIV epidemics, programmes have mostly focussed on health related aspects. Development intervent...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The past exudes legend: one canít make pure clay of timeís mud. There is no life that can be recaptured wholly; as it was. Which is to say that all biography is ultimately fiction. ó BERNARD MALAMUD