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Rising star
The travails of Rupert Murdoch and his Star TV in India and the controversial government decision in April to cap foreign direct investment in television channels jogged memories in this columnist about India’s equally controversial, early initiative...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
No excuses, please
Sir — Ragging is far from being a thing of the past. Before one has had a chance to recover from t ...  | Read.. 
 
Red spots
Sir — The veteran communist leader, Jyoti Basu, proved once again that politics makes ...  | Read.. 
 
Being frail
Sir — A lot has been said about the reservation of seats for women in Parliament. But are the women ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WHOSE RIGHT IS IT ANYWAY'
Strikes are not a fundamental right and have no moral and legal basis. The recent judgment of the apex court underlines this...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Why, as civilization spreads, do outstanding men become fewer' Why, when attainments are the lot of all, do great intellectual talents become rarer'...Why, when knowledge of how to rule reaches the masses, is there a lack of great abilities in the direction of society' — ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
The tall and the short of it
“Tall men give nearly all the orders, win most elections, monopolize girls and monopolies and disproportionately splay their...  | Read..