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In high disdain
Back in the Sixties, it used to be said that India’s most successful export were economists. Our economy was resolutely insulated from the rest of the world, but our economists occupied high posts in famous universities in Europe and America. Later, ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Greener on the other side
Sir — Elizabeth Taylor has never been known for her loyalty or for sticking to her word. Which is w ...  | Read.. 
 
Money matters
Sir — This year has been particularly good for the Indian economy, especially in terms of the forei ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WORLD BY US
The emergence of the US as the world’s only military power and most powerful economic player is blazoned all over the events ...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
The righteous warrior
Owing to the vagaries of the Vikrami calendar, there are years when Guru Gobind Singh’s birthday comes twice. This year it wi...  | Read.. 
 
PEOPLE
 
Rain and Shine
He is one Vedic god who refuses to oblige. But this has been the year when Lord Varuna has been more than kind to India. So much so, that the showers might result in early ge...  | Read.. 
 
Out & Above
Time was when we borrowed the Yuletide spirit from the Brits, now they seem to be doing it our way. Popular UK-based comedian Sanjeev-The-Kumars-at-No. 42 Bhaskar has been ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Quiet book-learning in monasteries and ethereal music, sonnets and courtly love — that stuff is all fantasy and veneer...You couldn’t afford to let the beauty of the thing seduce you too far or you forget the truth, and the truth was always hard as iron bloody bars. — JANICE GALLOWAY