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Letters to the Editor
Damage control
Sir — The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government might deny the allegations of neglect in the recent ca ...  | Read.. 
 
Motherland beckons
Sir — The article, “The segregated diaspora”(Oct 17), by Ashok Mitra, seems to be an exercise in th ...  | Read.. 
 
Right punishment
Sir — The Army Act will not be applicable in the gang-rape of a 17-year old student by four army me ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DANGEROUS SHORES
untreated sewage discharge into the sea, mostly from the hotels in the area near the sea. The board has warned the municipal...| Read.. 
 
GOOD INTENTIONS
Intentions are the better part of valour. But the divergence between intentions and actions often offers a good indication of...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Winning mutual respect
Not many know about two old Indian texts, one translated from Persian into Sanskrit, and the other from Sanskrit into Arabic ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Original question
After a very long time, Tamil Nadu’s political elite seems to have suddenly woken up to a problem which they would have otherwise condescendingly dismissed as a purely “intell...  | Read.. 
 
Participants and beneficiaries
Mainstreaming ageing into global agendas is essential. A concerted effort is required to move towards a wide and equitable approach to policy integration. The task is to link ...  | Read.. 
 
Participants and beneficiaries
Mainstreaming ageing into global agendas is essential. A concerted effort is required to move towards a wide and equitable approach to policy integration. The task is to link ...  | Read.. 
 
Original question
After a very long time, Tamil Nadu’s political elite seems to have suddenly woken up to a problem which they would have otherwise condescendingly dismissed as a purely “intell...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
My approach to newspapers was based on the idea that when you looked at the front page you said: ‘Good heavens’, when you looked at the middle pages you said: ‘Holy smoke’, and by the time you got to the back page — well I’d have to utter a profanity to show how exciting it was. — ARTHUR CHRISTIANSEN