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No space race please
The Chinese space programme clearly has been a spectacular success. It has enhanced China’s international stature and given it entry into an elite club of countries that have put humans in space and that has hitherto consisted of just the United Stat...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
By George, it’s a shame
Sir — The defence minister, George Fernandes, has the habit of shooting his mouth. But the theft of ...  | Read.. 
 
Why we hate Maria Shriver
Sir — Rupali Ghosh’s attack on Maria Shriver in “Mrs Arnie” (Oct 12), including the catty comments ...  | Read.. 
 
Now or never
Sir — The suffering of the people in both Afghanistan and Iraq has created a lot of fear among com ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WRONG CODE
No cheating. That really is the substance of the Election Commission’s warning to the Centre and to the five states soon goin...| Read.. 
 
TOO GAY FOR GOD
The archbishop of Canterbury is in a divine fix. It looks as if the 70-million-strong global network of Anglican churches is ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
What’s so big about this B'
The Big B had nothing new to say on his 61st birthday. As he didn’t when he turned 60. As he hasn’t for years now. Still, the...  | Read.. 
OPED
Waiting for the fallout
The legislative elections due in December are assuming significance far beyond the immediate results they would throw up in the five states. They will provide the last and the...  | Read.. 
 
The court and its inherent powers
In a case of suo motu Rule of Contempt the entire burden lies with the Court who issue it. Therefore, the burdensome people can utilize the discretion at times which ca...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Death never hurts. Death is sweet...Life is what makes us suffer with its poisons and awkward injuries. That’s what remains of life. We must confide freely in death as we would in a friend. — JEAN ANOUILH