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Puzzling it out
The recently concluded World Trade Organization meetings at Cancun offer a couple of puzzles. They also raise a deeper question about democracy and free markets...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Still caught in a jam
Sir — Wasn’t Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee being a tad too optimistic in thinking that the “cholbe na< ...  | Read.. 
 
More of the same thing
Sir — In making the stance of the Indian government vis-a-vis Pakistan known before a global ...  | Read.. 
 
Crime without punishment
Sir — The arrest of Amarmani Tripathi in the Madhumita Shukla murder case raises several questions. ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
RIGHTS RULING
The knight on the white horse comes in different guises, but the harassed citizen is becoming quite used to glimpses of him i...| Read.. 
 
STRAINED FLOW
Few things strain relations between neighbouring countries as much as sharing natural resources, especially water. Bangladesh...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
REBELS WITH A CAUSE
Academic and media interest in the condition of women in India seems to be fixed on the suppressed, much-tortured image of th...  | Read.. 
OPED
Now that all is Said and done
In the Indian media, Edward Said’s demise has brought forth deserved encomiums for a remarkable Renaissance-like personality of multiple...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We are all immigrants to this place even if we were born here: the country is too big for anyone to inhabit completely, and in the parts unknown to us we move in fear, exiles and invaders. — MARGARET ATWOOD