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The real axis of evil
Recent developments over Iraq and Israel confirm the need to draw a distinction between the United States of America and its president, and to acknowledge, while honouring the land, that there could be no greater menace to mankind than George W. Bush...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Now for the deluge
Sir — “Eye on poll, CM salutes seer for rain” (Oct 10), shows the ridiculous extent to which Digvij ...  | Read.. 
 
Election blues
Sir — Now that the dates for the assembly elections in five states have been announced by the Elect ...  | Read.. 
 
Justified anger
Sir — Dev Anand knows how to court publicity (“Norah voices Shankar outrage”, Oct 7). If one puts o ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SEE HOW HE RUNS
Winning an election called because the incumbent was found wanting has put Schwarzenegger under more than one spotlight ...| Read.. 
 
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Father of the groom
Birds of a feather
All clear for the PM’s cars
A little spat between brothers
Waiting to be grounded
More influential than thou
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