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The honorary consuls
Raj Bhavan on Independence Day was balm to Calcutta’s bruised pride. Foreign diplomats were thin on the ground but Gabon and Guatemala clung to the governor, Djibouti hogged the pastries and I spied Cape Verde cosying up to a rare Caucasian. Macedoni...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Lying is quite alright
Sir — The bill proposing to penalize witnesses if they turn hostile has been long overdue (“Bill wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Drive with care
Sir — At last, Sachin Tendulkar has got his Ferrari on the streets of Mumbai. But how' By getting i ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — We badly needed an article like “So many saving graces” (August 11), and someone of Janaki Na ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
A RITUAL FORETOLD
Speeches on ceremonial occasions by the president or the prime minister are imbued with more optimism than reality yet warran...| Read.. 
 
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I have no doubt that it is possible to give a new direction to technological development, a direction that shall lead it back to the real needs of man, and that also means: to the actual size of man. Man is small, and, therefore, small is beautiful. To go for giantism is to go for self-destruction. — FRIEDRICH E. SCHUMACHER