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With eyes open
All too often, when Yashwant Sinha was finance minister, I had to write critically about his government’s macroeconomic policies. He took it personally. My response, that I had also written good things about him and defended him when he was right, co...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
It’s a jungle out there
Sir — Pervez Musharraf is keen to market his country as a “liberal” Islamic state. But his endeavou ...  | Read.. 
 
Surface treatment
Sir — The statement of the West Bengal school education minister, Kanti Biswas, that “our policy do ...  | Read.. 
 
More saffron, less green
Sir —The assembly elections have shown that the Congress has no future under the incompetent leader ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LOST AND FOUND
History is a succession of success stories. The coalition forces in Iraq led by the United States of America scored a major s...| Read.. 
 
CAREFUL FENCES
On the face of it, there is nothing wrong with Meghalaya wanting to make work permits mandatory for “outsiders” employed in t...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Changing colours of the uniform
Could this be the beginning of the era of the righteous' Or is khaki showing its true colour after washing off the gri...  | Read.. 
OPED
The Mahatma and the BJP
Now that the frenzied investigation into the causes of the state assembly elections outcome has run its course...  | Read.. 
 
Different rules for different people
The concerns of human rights advocates increase when they observe that international human rights laws are breached not only by their recognized opponents under the pretext of...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I have the satiric temparament: when I am laughing at anyone I am generally rather amusing, but when I am praising anyone, I am always deadly dull. — MAX BEERBOHM