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Plan for a socialist capital
In my brief time in the government I carried more than one albatross around my neck. The worst was honorary policy advisers. Wherever I went, people would buttonhole me, tell me what stupid mistakes we were making, and what we should be doing instead...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Farming is fun
Sir — By agitating against the proposed imposition of taxes on livestock by the Left Front governme ...  | Read.. 
 
Won and lost
Sir — Both India and Australia have emerged winners in their own way in the recently-concluded test ...  | Read.. 
 
Memories of an association
Sir — Reading and re-reading the timely article on Sachin Chaudhury by Ashok Mitra on the occasion ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
REPEAT ACTION
Those who wield the gun respect no laws — at home or abroad. After Bhutan, it was Myanmar’s turn to realize that rebels from ...| Read.. 
 
END OF IDEOLOGY
Words change their meanings as contexts alter. Sometimes users endow words with different meanings to suit their convenience....| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Stand together On the left
The Bihar bandh of January 7, called by seven left parties, to protest against the Centre’s alleged failure on the eco...  | Read.. 
OPED
India shining — or India dimming'
Explosive growth! Eight per cent growth! India Shining! That’s one quarter’s performance, buddy. We hit 7.7 per cent back in 1996-97, the last year of Manmohanomics. In the la...  | Read.. 
 
Constraints and opportunities
Institutional development and political freedoms: In ...the above cases, it could be argued that punitive ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The real distinction at this dangerous moment in human history and cosmic development has nothing to do with medals and ribbons. Not to fall asleep is distinguished. Everything else is mere popcorn. — SAUL BELLOW