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Still not the perfect shine
At a recent conference on globalization the discussion was focussed on the “how” rather than the “what” or “why” issues that had dominated the subject until recently. The success stories of Indian companies that had begun to look at the world as the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Method behind the madness
Sir — With each passing day, the ghost of March 2002 seems to be catching up with Narendra Modi (“B ...  | Read.. 
 
Wizardry in Oz
Sir — The euphoria generated by India’s win over Australia in the Adelaide test is certainly justif ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GOOD FOR NOW
In a situation of deadlock, if one side seems to shift a little, something is changing. That is the most positive way that Mr...| Read.. 
 
TURNAROUND
Messrs Blair and Bush are terribly excited about having brought Libya around. It looks like victory of a very different flavo...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Learning to behave like a victor
Certain images stay embedded in one’s memory. As a child reading a volume of the Book of Knowledge, there was a pictur...  | Read.. 
OPED
Take it or fall behind
“US forces and their Indian counterparts have parachuted to the ground near the Taj Mahal, held cold-weather exercises in Alaska and Ladakh, conducted jungle-warfare training ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Conservatism discards Prescription, shrinks from Principle, disavows Progress; having rejected all respect for antiquity, it offers no redress for the present, and makes no preparation for the future. — BENJAMIN DISRAELI