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Back to basics
An 8 per cent rate of real gross domestic product growth during July-September 2003 has sent the government and its cheerleaders in the media and non-resident Indian community into paroxysms of self-congratulation. In an unprecedented exhibition o...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Let the party begin
Sir — Politicians never lie, they only speak half the truth. This is as much true of Anil Biswas as ...  | Read.. 
 
Symbol of hope
Sir — The story of Lalita is a beacon of hope in distressing times (“Literacy kick from Karate girl ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DOFF THE BAGGY CAP
When Don Bradman was bowled by Hollis for a duck in his last innings, it was said that he had misread the googly because his ...| Read.. 
 
NO SHELTERING TIE
Even small steps can make a big difference in breaking the ice between countries. If Dhaka is finally closing its doors on mi...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
Throw the Media off track
If history was made in Islamabad this week, thank Agra for it. Remember those fever-pitch expectations at that first meeting...  | Read.. 
OPED
Women have the worst deal
The low economic and social position of women in the south Asian region has profound implications on the HIV epidemic. Women typically have limited access to reproductive heal...  | Read.. 
 
Of jobs and joblessness
a bloody job-war waged by the sons of the soil against migrant labourers in Assam and Maharashtra....  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
For the most of us, if we do not talk of ourselves, or at any rate of the individual circles of which we are the centres, we can talk of nothing. I cannot hold with those who wish to put down the insignificant chatter of the world. — LIONEL TRILLING