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In the family way
Girl, I like your pretty face…o bladi, o blada — Popular Beatles song....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pretty faces, ugly reality
Sir — Sahara India Pariwar’s advertisement congratulating Aishwarya Rai on being voted the most at ...  | Read.. 
 
Crime and the state
Sir — Bibek Debroy’s article on crime and the criminal justice system in India provides useful insi ...  | Read.. 
 
Name of the book
Sir — Jeet Thayil’s book of poems, which has been briefly reviewed in the Paperback Pickings sectio ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GRAPES OF JOY
With the relaxing of import restrictions and increasing upward mobility, wine drinking is just beginning to come into its ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Lost in translation
Come, share the spoils
The lady refuses to move
Push in the right direction
Set three lawyers to catch a lawyer
If dreams won elections
SCRIPSI
Possessed, as are all the fair daughters of Eve, of an hereditary propensity, transmitted through succeeding generations, to be “soon moved with the slightest touch of blame”; very little precept and practice will confirm them in the habit, and instruct them all the maxims, of self-justification. — MARIA EDGEWORTH
 
INSIGHT
Saving Santiniketan
It was as late as 1990, but grey was still not a colour that described Rabindranath Tagore’s dreamland. Santiniketan, even th...  | Read..