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The great Indian tragedy
Jawaharlal Nehru was without question one of the principal architects of India’s freedom movement. While Gandhi Maharaj was the inspiring deity, Nehru was, to the millions, the prince charming. Nehru was also the independent nation’s first prime mini...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Men in cohorts
Sir — What is shocking about the report, “Coke seeks to cap Sen storm” (Dec 10), is not that someon ...  | Read.. 
 
Shopping for war
Sir — I was not sure whether to laugh out loud or cry on learning that the Admiral Gorshkov ...  | Read.. 
 
Ban on good sense
Sir — The intentions of the ministry of information and broadcasting and the censor board may be go ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
COLD COMFORT
There had been little doubt that the pro-Kremlin United Russia would win in the Russian parliamentary elections, and that thi...| Read.. 
 
DELAY IN DELHI
Systems and conventions determine individual action. The inordinate delay in announcing that Ms Sheila Dikshit will be the ne...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Executive is not always right
Article 144 of the Constitution states that all authorities, civil and judicial must act in aid of the Supreme Court. Comment...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
I shall be telling this with a sigh/ Somewhere ages and ages hence:/ Two roads diverged in a wood, and I —/ I took the one less travelled by,/ And that has made all the difference. — ROBERT LEE FROST
 
BOOKS
Far too many maharajas
THE UNFORGETTABLE MAHARAJAS (Roli, Rs 3,500) by E. Jaiwant Paul,...  | Read.. 
 
The church and its meanings
How to read a church by Richard Taylor, Rider, £ 5.80...  | Read.. 
 
That head beneath the cap
THE ESSENTIAL WRITINGS OF JAWAHARLAL NEHRU Edited by S. Gopal and Uma Iyeng...  | Read.. 
 
With or without a cause
Charlie Johnson in the Flames By Michael Ignatieff, Chatto & Windu...  | Read.. 
 
One bleak tale to tell
Akkarmashi By Sharankumar Limbale, Oxford, Rs 195...  | Read.. 
 

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