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Rich but unembarrassed
It was a panel discussion in a television channel on the pros and cons of the galloping consumerism that has overtaken the nation. A panelist could not have been more forthright. No, he would have no sense of shame to own five hundred pairs of shoes....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Exceptions prove the rule
Sir — Honest taxi-drivers who return cash left behind by absent-minded passengers are rare, but the ...  | Read.. 
 
Shamelessly exposed
Sir — The prime minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, seems to have lost his raj dharma. Who would ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
POWER GAMES
For many Indian politicians, breaking or bending the law is a measure of their power. Jharkhand’s urban development minister,...| Read.. 
 
PROXY DIPLOMACY
Oneupmanship is an ageold, and perhaps, therefore, an accepted game in politics. But it appears to have become the all-import...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
A RETURN TO THE ROOTS
According to Music Guide, a premier publishing network, Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run was the most popular musical a...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
There is no such thing as inner peace. There is only nervousness or death. Any attempt to prove otherwise constitutes unacceptable behaviour. — FRAN LEBOWITZ
 
BOOKS
Standing the test
My Autobiography By Javed Miandad, Oxford, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
 
Not just running away
Someone to Run With By David Grossman, Bloomsbury, £10.99...  | Read.. 
 
How to end a love story
Romantic fiction is a large part of the mass down-market, accounting for ne...  | Read.. 
 
Let’s get physical
Aspects of the Diffusion of an Ideal By James A. Mangan, Frank Cass, $...  | Read.. 
 
Greater unity for more diversity
ITS CONSTRUCTION AND ARTICULATION IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Edited by Bi...  | Read.. 
 

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