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Dwindling stakes
Kanti Biswas may well be right in claiming that Bengalis constitute only 37 per cent of Calcutta’s population. But that is not the only — or main — reason why Bengali-medium schools are unpopular. They will become even more so if the Ranjugopal Mukhe...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Fashion unconscious
Sir — At the risk of sounding conservative, and finding fault with a fellow Bengali, I cannot but s ...  | Read.. 
 
Passion play
Sir — Winning the LG ASEAN Club Championships convincingly, beating AFC Club Championships finalist ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TWO FOR JOY
By upholding the two-child norm among members of Haryana’s local bodies, the Supreme Court is conveying an urgent message by...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Our eyes are sentinels unto our judgments/ And should give certain judgment what they see;/ But they are rash sometimes and tell us wonders/ Of common things, which when our judgments find,/ They can then check the eyes and call them blind. — THOMAS MIDDLETON
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Neighbours we distrust
The biblical injunction to love one’s neighbour is more honoured in breach than in observance. All over the world, people’s f...  | Read..