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The editor’s editor
For close to 25 years now, the item in the post I have most looked forward to is the Economic and Political Weekly. It comes in a faded wrapper, my subscriber’s address printed in barely distinct ink. The journal’s cover has black type upon a ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
What’s love got to do with it'
Sir — Love, or the lack of it, comes with a heavy price tag in Hollywood. The film industry’s costl ...  | Read.. 
 
King in his jungle
Sir — Years of misrule by Laloo Prasad Yadav has reduced Bihar to a lawless jungle (“Madhepura musi ...  | Read.. 
 
Rising son
Sir — The selection of Rohan Gavaskar to the Indian one-day squad betrays the weight that the name ...  | Read.. 
 
Divine menace
Sir — In the December 31 issue of Careergraph, there are a few errors in my account of “Memorable M ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FAMILY REUNION
The Congress is still trying to gain leverage from the Nehru-Gandhi legacy, although dynastic rule assails the basis of demo...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
A letter from Pakistan
Contemporary Short Stories from Pakistan, edited by Moazzam Sheikh. Some were originally written in English, others tran...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
My brothers and sisters and I were brought up in an atmosphere which I would describe as “Puritan decadence”. Puritanism names the behaviour which is condemned; Puritan decadence regards the name itself as indecent, and pretends that the object behind the name does not exist until it is named. — STEPHEN SPENDER
 
PEOPLE
Everybody loves Lula
As a child, he was a shoeshine boy. Now, he baits Americans as a pastime. Brazilian President ...  | Read.. 
 
Out & About
Windz of change
Long time no see