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The hard business of life
She looked like any ordinary Tamil woman in her neat and simple sari, her smooth, dark plait. But when she smiled, I knew there was something more to Faustina, better known as Bama, the writer. The smile was full-fledged, hopeful, and how prec...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
West knows least
Sir — Karan Johar was obviously feigning modesty when he said he had no idea why the Margaret Herri ...  | Read.. 
 
Domestic hero
Sir — K.P. Nayar contends that the Republicans in the United States of America are in retreat (“Bus ...  | Read.. 
 
One step forward
Sir — Instead of deciding to impose a ban on advertisements of tobacco-products, why did not the U ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
YEAR OF PRIDE
This year is the year of the feel-good factor emanating from solid economic achievements. It sets the ground for early polls...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Insider’s story
Walking and talking
Saffron goes green
All in a day’s work
Keep thinking
Frontal problem
INSIGHT
‘Shark may get some teeth’
An eminent politician and a former external affairs minister of India once summed up the SAARC negotiations by saying, in his inimitable Bengali accent, “Shark should get some...  | Read.. 
 
Season’s greetings
It was a gesture that warmed up an otherwise bleak winter. When Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pakistan’s President General Pervez Musharraf committed themselves to n...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Beware of anything that promises freedom or enlightenment — traps for eager and clever fools...every creature in a cave can justify himself. Three-fourths of philosophy and literature is the talk of people trying to convince themselves that they really like the cage they were tricked into entering. — GARY SHERMAN SNYDER