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Creditworthy
The Reserve Bank of India’s review of the trend and progress of banking 2002-03 is a credible progress report on the performance of the banks and financial institutions during 2002-03. It carries forward the tradition of incisive analysis and the pol...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Telling tales
Sir — If there’s one thing that little girls have loved through the decades, it must be fairy tales ...  | Read.. 
 
Limited entry
Sir — The decision of the West Bengal chief minister, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, to ban the media fro ...  | Read.. 
 
Who are his countrymen'
Sir — Geetha Krishnan has asked in her letter if it is Syed Abdul Rehman Geelani’s fault if many of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MAGIC NUMBER
Inequality is far more revealing than equality. In Iran, a positive step has been taken in the direction of lessening discrim...| Read.. 
 
ACADEMIC HERITAGE
Things begin to look madly wrong when someone trying to buy a place for his son in a medical college complains to the police ...| Read.. 
 
OBITUARY
 
In the field and the Archive
The death of Bernard S. Cohn on November 25 will not surprise those who knew his condition over the last few years. It was a ...  | Read.. 
OPED
The importance of assistance
We recognize that globalization and interdependence are opening new opportunities through trade, investment and capital flows and advances in technology, including information...  | Read.. 
 
From the back benches to the front
The recent Supreme Court ruling limiting reservation to 50 per cent of all seats in educational institutions will no doubt be seen in many circles as a blow to social equality...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We cannot have heroes to dine with us. There are none. And were those heroes to be had, we should not like them...The persons whom you cannot care for in a novel, because they are so bad, are the very same that you so dearly love in your life, because they are so good. — ANTHONY TROLLOPE