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Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
The goddess’s bodyguards
Let me confess: I too have been held in thrall by the sight of our flag being hoisted high into a sunlit sky, accompanied by the sound of children’s voices raised in unison. As a school-going child, this sudden and embarrassing choking in the throat ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Irresponsible people
Sir –— As both the murdered activists, Sarita and Mahesh, wished it, their Shabdo is likely to rema ...  | Read.. 
 
Road rage
Sir — Many people in this city do not see the problem of safety in a reasonable way. Which is why f ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LOVE IN THE CITY
Valentine’s Day is the time to ponder how urban sexuality, its modes of experience and expression, are as much a matter of co...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Attack of the stars
On a merry ride
Only for show
Sing a different tune
Transfer policy
A flying visit
SCRIPSI
Times are changed with him who marries; there are no more by-path meadows, where you may innocently linger, but the road lies long and straight and dusty to the grave. Idleness, which is often becoming and even wise in a bachelor, begins to wear a different aspect when you have a wife to support. — R.L. STEVENSON
 
INSIGHT
Crisis management
Not far from the cavernous halls packed with students — young men and women in jeans and Tees hanging on to the words of thei...  | Read..