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Beyond inner lines
“But what about the North-east'”...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Paper tigers only roar
Sir — J.M. Lyngdoh must be given credit for one thing — being even-handed with the stick (“Sonia ...  | Read.. 
 
Leaders of men
Sir — In a nutshell, both the editorial, “Women on top”, and Sumit Mitra’s, “Are they fit to rule'” ...  | Read.. 
 
Games they play
Sir — We are happy that India will host the 2010 Commonwealth Games. The success of our bid was owi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BLARING OUT
Two countries separated by a common language have apparently been brought together by the affinity of their leaders. There is...| Read.. 
 
WANTON PASSION
The savage have struck again in Assam. Pretending to help his cause, the killers of innocent Biharis in Assam have actually s...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Sharing the booty
When the Congress announced, in Simla last July, its willingness to form coalitions with like-minded secular parties, it had ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Empires and old women are more happy many times in their cures than learned physicians, because they are more exact and religious in holding to the composition and confection of tried medicine. — FRANCIS BACON
 
BOOKS
Dead ball
My Side By David Beckham, CollinsWillow, £ 12.50...  | Read.. 
 
Leave it to the reader
A WRITER ON WRITING By Margaret Atwood, Penguin, £ 5.60...  | Read.. 
 
And the hostility continues
INDIA-PAKISTAN ENCOUNTERS SINCE 1947 By Sumit Ganguly, Oxford, Rs 395...  | Read.. 
 
Legacy of a divided nation
A MEMOIR By B.R. Nanda, Rupa, Rs 250...  | Read.. 
 
Playing by the ear
Because of the low quality of professionalism in almost all our publishing ...  | Read.. 
 

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