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Propaganda and power
In 1939, on the eve of World War II, the historian, E.H. Carr, published a little pamphlet called Propaganda and International Politics. “The art of persuasion”, he wrote here, “has always been a necessary part of the...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Carry on the blame game
Sir — If something is bothering Jayalalithaa Jayaram, then it has to be M. Karunanidhi’s doing. And ...  | Read.. 
 
Heads and tails
Sir — The recent government move to ban cow slaughter is nothing but a means of manipulating votes in the forthcoming ...  | Read.. 
EDITORIAL
SCORE SHEET
The ritual of a no-confidence vote fits in with the worship of parliamentary democracy. It is simply a reminder of the underl...| Read.. 
 
KILLING HABIT
It must be terrible to live in constant fear of the killer’s gun. Large numbers of people in Tripura seem doomed to such a fr...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
An Old plan in a new bottle
By a major amendment of the West Bengal Panchayat Act of 1973 recently, gram unnayan samitis are supposed to undertake...  | Read.. 
OPED
What might happen after a drink too many
With the first “official” test report of samples of Coke and Pepsi scheduled to be tabled in Parliament soon, the controversy over the pesticide residue in soft drinks manufac...  | Read.. 
 
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Beware thoughts that come in the night. They aren’t turned properly; they come in askew, free of sense and restriction, deriving from the most remote of sources. — WILLIAM LEAST HEAT MOON