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Both praise and blame
Time was when the government of India used to await anxiously the reports of the experts of the World Bank. If they so much as criticized the government of India’s economic policies, it was certain that the...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Failed defence mechanisms
Sir — Why does George Fernandes need so often to don a pilot’s gear and get up on a MiG-21 or put o ...  | Read.. 
 
Bitter pill
Sir — Nowhere else other than India could drug manufacturing licences be issued by a different auth ...  | Read.. 
 
Trial by fire
Sir — Sandhya Chouhan may have broken the rules laid down by the Hindu shastras, but she has ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DUTY TO PAY
Icons may be higher than ordinary mortals to their fans but this is not a position that the government can adopt. Thus it is ...| Read.. 
 
HIGHLY CHARGED
The good always seems to come with the not so desirable. The Supreme Court has prohibited the charging of capitation fees — e...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Waiting for calamity
On several days last week, it was hotter in London than in Cairo. France has just declared a national emergency because of th...  | Read.. 
OPED
The truth about the revolutionary
he was the great Hardayal. Stories of his greatness as a student multiplied. He had a phenomenal memory: he read a book once, and he could reproduce its contents word for wor...  | Read.. 
 
When markets don’t deliver
The supposed benefits of privatizing social services are elusive, with inconclusive evidence on efficiency and quality standards in the private, relative to the public, sector...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Women know the damnation of charity because the habit of civilization has always been to throw them cheap alms rather than give them good wages. — REBECCA WEST