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A quiet place to read in
Widener Library, Harvard’s premier library, is surely one of the most imposing memorials any mother has constructed for a lost child. As you come up the steps, past its imposing columns and enter through the main gate, you are simply, but poignantly,...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pretty inconsequential
Sir — What has Keisha Castle-Hughes done to deserve a place on the front page (Picture on Jan 29)' ...  | Read.. 
 
Road incense
Sir — “Even spacecraft meet with accidents” was how the transport minister of West Bengal, Subhas C ...  | Read.. 
 
Telephone, please
Sir — An African friend of mine, who works on an AIDS project and was visiting India for the first ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GROWTH FEELS GOOD
The feel-good factor is fine before the elections as long as the NDA keeps in mind that all elections are leaps into the ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Those who throw mud
Man of the masses
Looking for ammo
Ladies in waiting
Hope dies hard
In an Indian avatar
SCRIPSI
An absolute and unlimited right over any object of property would be the right to commit nearly every crime. If I had such a right over the stick I am about to cut, I might employ it as a mace to knock down the passengers, or I might convert it into a sceptre as an emblem of royalty, or into an idol to offend the national religion. — JEREMY BENTHAM
 
INSIGHT
Who’s chicken'
Each time he steps out of his ground floor laboratory, veterinary scientist Hare Krishna Pradhan has to take three hot shower...  | Read.. 
 
All you need to know about the H5N1 strain
THE DEADLY VIRUS...  | Read..