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Bye bye, nanny state
India may or may not be shining, depending on your mindset, patriotism and voting preference, but there are interesting ways in which public discourse has elevated itself from third world depths. Just compare the debates on education in two very diff...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Getting to know them better
Sir Our chief election commissioners scarcely know what they are up against. J.M. Lyngdoh at leas ...  | Read.. 
 
Unkindest cut
Sir The foray of the human resource development minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, into the realms of ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE WRONG GAME
There are times in history when sportsmen assume a role that goes beyond the playing fields. Such a development may not be be...| Read.. 
 
WITHOUT A KEY
Locking children up in a trunk for three hours is not, fortunately, the normal mode of punishment in primary schools. But tha...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Till the end of time
In the past few decades, there have been frequent reports in the media about the horrific abuse of the elderly. Take the rece...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
To live without killing is a thought that could electrify the world, if men were only capable of staying awake long enough to let the idea soak in. HENRY MILLER
 
BOOKS
Danger Gran
A MEMOIR By Madeleine Albright, with Bill Woodward, Macmillan, £ 20...  | Read.. 
 
Of lives and archives
A CRITICAL COMPANION Edited by Tabish Khair, Permanent Black, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
 
Conflicting passions
A LIFE By Martin Gottfried, Faber, £ 18...  | Read.. 
 
The way the wheel was spun
THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF AN INDUSTRIAL WORKING CLASS By Jan Breman, Ox...  | Read.. 
 
Bookshop blues
Intellectuals, often seized by the romantic notion of working in a bookshop...  | Read.. 
 

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