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Some people, you hear them talk and get the feeling they’re superhuman, they can’t die. They’re so articulate and so wise and so alive they can never die. Of course it takes them no time at all to give up the ghost. One....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Threatened lives
Sir — The cold-blooded murders of Daniel Pearl and then Zahra Kazemi show how susceptible mediapers ...  | Read.. 
 
Blood ties
Sir — “Mumbai bleeds in bus blast replay” (July 29) shows that the nightmare in Mumbai continues. T ...  | Read.. 
 
Right choice
Sir — J.M. Lyngdoh deserved the Magsaysay award for conducting successful elections in Gujarat and ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GEORGIE IN THE SKY
Since he cannot make the MiG-21 a safer machine by flying once in it, the defence minister, Mr George Fernandes, should ref...| Read.. 
 
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Wicked people means people who have no love:/ therefore they have no shame. They have the power/ to ask for love because they don’t need it: they have/ the power to offer it because they have none to give./ But we, who have love, and long to mingle it with/ the love of others: we cannot utter a word. You find/ that, don’t you' — GEORGE BERNARD SHAW