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Exile and other kingdoms
“Yet the books will be there on the shelves,...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Damned if you do
Sir — With the best of intentions, of course, M.M. Joshi seems to have stirred a hornet’s nest wit ...  | Read.. 
 
Due process
Sir — Justice may have come very late for Dharmanarayan Das, but at least it was not denied him (“J ...  | Read.. 
 
On the tarmac
Sir — Numerous VIPs went to the airport to see off the prime minister when he was leaving for Turke ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BEEN THERE, HEARD IT BEFORE II
Mr Bhattacharjee’s endless repetition to industrialists that things are changing will not alter reality. He must match words ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Sweet talk
Still hoping
Unhealthy enthusiasm
Something amiss
Son of a king
Different Dara
SCRIPSI
Who will dare deny that the Third Estate contains within itself all that is needed to constitute a nation'...What would the Third Estate be without the privileged classes' It would be a whole in itself, and a prosperous one. Nothing can be done without it, and everything would be done as far better without the others. — EMMANUEL JOSEPH COMTE