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Jarvis forgot
When the British-Asian woman at Heathrow airport’s value added tax refund desk gave me a tongue-lashing some years ago for not having my purchases on ready display before departure, an Australian friend chuckled that she was getting her own back for ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Offence is still the best defence
Sir — The American president’s greed for power knows no bounds. Which is why only a year after snub ...  | Read.. 
 
By goddess
Sir — Mamata Banerjee has perhaps taken the right step in associating with the Rashtriya Swayamseva ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BEEN THERE, HEARD IT BEFORE
Nothing new was said by either Pakistan or India at the UN general assembly, the two just exchanged words ...| Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Both the cow-woman and the scum-woman are well within range of the comprehension of the Bawling Brotherhood, but the new woman is a little above him, and he never thought of looking up to where she has been sitting apart in silent contemplation all these years. — SARAH GRAND
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Your diary can let you down
Mahatma Gandhi kept a daily diary all his life. I have been keeping one for the last thirty years. However, what he recorded ...  | Read..