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Presumed guilty
Few people would dispute the claim that the criminal justice system in India is in serious crisis. Outdated policing methods, an inefficient judicial system, poorly conceived laws, political interference and sheer ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
It’s fashionable to be liberal
Sir — Pakistani doublespeak continues to reach exalted heights. While Pervez Musharraf is a self-co ...  | Read.. 
 
Media matters
Sir — Debashis Bhattacharyya is very right in observing that the media’s “campaign” is directed at ...  | Read.. 
 
Licence to kill
Sir — We should wake up to the danger posed by the careless use of pesticide (“Insecticide puts 14 ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SHIFTING GROUND
Undesirable actions bring about undesirable situations. That the Supreme Court should have to transfer the disproportionate a...| Read.. 
 
MARKETING MICKEY
It all started 75 years ago, as Walt Disney never forgot to mention, with a mouse. In 1928 — a year after Lindbergh flew acr...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
To make Brand India sell
A buoyant and well-branded India is the flavour of the season, but there is more to the Indian economy than the health of bus...  | Read.. 
OPED
Not just a lesson in geography
The renewed focus on cow slaughter, given the approaching elections and even before, the proposed bill to ban it...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Politics are much discussed, so are banks, so is cotton. Quiet people avoid the question of the Presidency...the great constitutional feature of this institution being, that directly the acrimony of the last election is over, the next one begins. — CHARLES DICKENS