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Blind affection
Laloo Prasad Yadav’s trip to Pakistan was a rare moment when the United States of America’s mass media went up in the estimation of this columnist. His antics across the border brought back memories of Jesse Ventura, the six-feet four-inches, 120 kg ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Dead man smiling
Sir — The cynical indifference with which the Bali bomber Amrozi greeted his death sentence may hav ...  | Read.. 
 
Sheltering sky
Sir — Relocating Qutubuddin Ansari in West Bengal is yet another ploy on the part of the state gove ...  | Read.. 
 
Cry freedom
Sir — Fifty-six years after independence, India epitomizes everything that can be wrong with a demo ...  | Read.. 
 
Strike again
Sir — West Bengal has become notorious for frequent strikes, each being for at least 24 hours. The ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEFT BAGGAGE
Communists in India seem perpetually caught in the web of rhetoric. No wonder then that the Communist Party of India (Marxist...| Read.. 
 
WRONG BEEB
Politicians being generally regarded as shifty and untrustworthy, it is understandable that in a contest involving the media ...| Read.. 
 
OPED
On the middle path
Only about five per cent of the world’s people (about 300 million) receive their water from private companies. Most privatization of water and sanitation services has occurred...  | Read.. 
 
Dangerous experiment
The narrow stretch along the Jharkhand-Bengal border presents a contrasting picture. On the side of Bengal, the hills are lush, flecked with varying shades of green — an indic...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
In general, therefore, colour is a means of exerting a direct influence upon the soul. Colour is the keyboard. The eye is the hammer. The soul is the piano, with its many strings. — WASSILY KANDINSKY