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The Chinese are changing
Bonhomie between India and Pakistan is in the air yet again. Somewhat unexpectedly, the rhetoric emanating from Islamabad is subdued, moderate and even statesmanlike. Many believe that American pressure is finally paying off and that Pakistan is, at ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Recipe for happiness
Sir — It is true that divorce rates are going up and that for many couples it is more “coexist unha ...  | Read.. 
 
Get the facts right
Sir — Bappa Majumdar’s “Bleak dossier on bad blood” (Nov 22) is full of wrong information. Thalassa ...  | Read.. 
 
Plastic menace
Sir — The British move to include a “statutory warning” on loan offer documents is a welcome step ( ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MILD DISTURBANCE
The chief minister of West Bengal has acknowledged that violence against women is increasing in the state. No doubt the 23rd ...| Read.. 
 
FOR ITS OWN GOOD
Only a failed state allows its territory to be used by mercenaries from other lands. Bangladesh may not be a failed state in ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
Not quite the picture of grace
Losing is never easy. I wouldn’t have been speaking so comfortably about the findings of the latest National Readership Surve...  | Read.. 
OPED
Could Musharraf be right'
There are three things that Pakistan’s President General Pervez Musharraf must not do if the process of normalization of ties with India is to proceed apace....  | Read.. 
 
Use the rod and spoil the child
Case 5: National Human Rights Commission’s intervention against the corporal punishment of Aarti Saroj...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
For a politician rises on the back of his friends (that’s probably all they’re good for), but it’s through his enemies he’ll have to govern afterwards. — RICHARD ARTHUR WARREN HUGHES