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It begins at home
It’s a bit like the dog that didn’t bark. In the aftermath of the devastating bomb blasts in the heart of Mumbai on September 25, there was consternation in New Delhi’s diplomatic circles that the fragile Indo-Pakistan peace process had been derailed...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Bad management
Sir — Murli Manohar Joshi, the human resources development minister, as if to prove the age-old lin ...  | Read.. 
 
Work more, strike less
Sir — Ashok Mitra’s article, “Messiah in residence” (August 22), argues that the Indian citizen’s r ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FAITH ABOUNDING
Coping without a single mishap with the milling crowds of pilgrims that congregate at holy spots on auspicious days is not an...| Read.. 
 
NO STOPPING
What the rest of India abhors, West Bengal loves. While the rest of India braced itself to face the implications and the cons...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Taking another shot
India has warned World Trade Organization members that there may be a backlash in the developing countries if the economic re...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Whatever Nature has in store for mankind, unpleasant as it may be, men must accept, for ignorance is never better than knowledge. — ENRICO FERMI
 
BOOKS
Tell that to the Marines
Living History By Hillary Rodham Clinton, Headline, £ 20...  | Read.. 
 
Art for heart’s sake
The Miniaturist By Kunal Basu, Penguin, Rs 250...  | Read.. 
 
Banishing a dream
PRISONERS OF THE NUCLEAR DREAM Edited by M.V. Ramanna and C. Rammanohar R...  | Read.. 
 
Insider’s view
LOVE AND LIFE BEHIND THE PURDAH By Cornelia Sorabji, Oxford, Rs 325...  | Read.. 
 
Why steal when you can borrow'
A Miracle of Destiny, it was dead right because ideas, titles and fact...  | Read.. 
 

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