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Signs of the times
The message from the byelections in the run-up to as many as five state assembly elections is clear to all who heed it. It is a wake-up call for the Congress, the premier opposition party. Raring to go at the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Slipping on oil
Sir — It had seemed as if the petroleum minister, Ram Naik, and Arun Shourie, the disinvestment min ...  | Read.. 
 
Role reversal
Sir — Such is the media’s bias while reporting on cases of sexual and dowry harassment, that it ha ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PAUSE BUTTON
The effort to privatize does not die easy. One means the more visible and high value ones. Not the likes of the State Trading...| Read.. 
 
BIG ONE
Tradition is a heavy burden to carry, and Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav has decided to go all out to prove it. Uttar Pradesh, where ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
The abridged edition
For most newspapers, “innovate or die” is the slogan when the times are bad. Plummeting sales and advertising figures have ju...  | Read.. 
OPED
Right to age with dignity
Demographic projections suggest that, by 2025, 82 per cent of the population of developed countries will live in urban areas, while less than half of the population of develop...  | Read.. 
 
In the name of the people
It is impossible to miss the irony in the left’s dilemma over the Calcutta high court’s verdict restricting rallies in the city. Politically, the Left Front — or any other par...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I am not trying to tell a story. Yet perhaps it might be done in that way. A mind thinking. They might be islands of light — islands in the stream that I am trying to convey; life itself going on. — VIRGINIA WOOLF