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The moor’s legacy
When I was an undergraduate at University College, London, in the early Eighties, cultivating a life of self-imposed loneliness, I would be pursued by a man of indeterminate nationality. He could have been from Latin America; when I asked him where h...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
To Pakistan with insincerity
Sir — With its on-again-off-again “peace initiatives” vis-à-vis Pakistan, the Vajpayee gover ...  | Read.. 
 
Injury time
Sir — One fails to understand why it is taking so long for Sourav Ganguly to recover, apparently fr ...  | Read.. 
 
Violent ways
Sir — If violence against women is on the rise in India, then it can be attributed to the vulgar so ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BYE BYE BIRDIE
The grounding of the Concorde marks the passing of an era in aviation.The memory of the sleek and fast aircraft will conti...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Bent of a mind
As he spake
Waiting for the kill
Change of guard'
Of fathers, sons and others
Flight of infancy
SCRIPSI
The mathematical is that evident aspect of things within which we are always moving and according to which we experience them as things at all...The mathematical is this fundamental position we take toward things by which we take up things as already given to us, and as they...should be given. Therefore, the mathematical is the fundamental presupposition of the knowledge of things. — MARTIN HEIDEGGER