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Madmen, lovers, artists
It’s now more than a month since I was drenched, like others, in the deluge of Chokher Bali. I apologize for putting my response on record somewhat belatedly; but I’ve been waiting for the tide to recede. My concern is not so much with the fil...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Who’s afraid of Uncle Sam'
Sir — Where has all the foreign ministry efforts to keep India in the United States of America’s go ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair and foul
Sir — Every Indian should be proud of the fact that for the first time in the history of the countr ...  | Read.. 
 
College blues
Sir — The Left Front government’s announcement that it is not averse to granting autonomy to select ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LITTLE MISS CRACKSKULL
What is it about political correctness that brings out the blackest parody from the nicest people' Two Canadian ...| Read.. 
 
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The minister’s new clothes
Heady with victory
Tax break ahead
Lonely in defeat
In politics, you never know
Party for the leader
SCRIPSI
What is our life' a play of passion;/ Our mirth the music of division;/ Our mothers’ wombs the tiring-houses be/ Where we are dressed for this short comedy./ Heaven the judicious sharp spectator is,/ That sits and marks still who doth act amiss;/ Our graves that hide us from the searching sun/ Are like drawn curtains when the play is done. — SIR WALTER RALEIGH