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The oil crisis: a retrospect
The Seventies saw two oil crises. In the first one of 1973, crude oil prices suddenly quadrupled. It threw most countries into a payments crisis. The oil exporters got too rich too quickly; they could not spend all the money. They gave much of it to ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Move over bard
Sir — Did William Shakespeare and G.B. Shaw ever imagine that they would have to face tough competi ...  | Read.. 
 
Blast from the past
Sir — However much the world may denounce the twin bombings in Iraq and Israel, the West will have ...  | Read.. 
 
Documentary value
Sir — The recommendations of the Human Development Report 2003 should be an eyeopener for ou ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DANGEROUS GAME
It is political expediency at its worst. The manner in which the Bharatiya Janata Party transformed the United Democratic Fro...| Read.. 
 
IDENTIFYING PESTS
The Indian system thrives on confusion, luxuriating in the miasma that rises around every issue of public interest. It was po...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
For greater vigilance
The public accounts committee report and allegations of the defence minister hiding the Central vigilance commission’s report...  | Read.. 
OPED
No confidence
Weary, puffed up and old, the prime minister rose on his uncertain legs at close to midnight to reply to a two-day long debate full of sound and fury but, apparently, signifyi...  | Read.. 
 
Symbiotic alliances
Poor people’s livelihoods and food security often depend on ecosystem goods and services. Poor people tend to have insecure rights to environmental resources and inadequate a...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Time was when their plebiscite elected generals, heads of state, commanders of legions: but now they’ve pulled in their horns, there’s only two things that concern them: bread and games. — JUVENAL