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A toast to Qadeer Khan
After Iraq, for each of George W. Bush’s pronouncements, the instinctive urge is to record something to the contrary. The Pakistani nuclear proliferator, Abdul Qadeer Khan, is, in the judgment of the American president, an international criminal. Bec...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Give US our due
Sir — The United States of America is known to give an inch and take back a yard. This was once aga ...  | Read.. 
 
Game theories
Sir — Now that the prime minister has given the green signal to India’s tour of Pakistan, the press ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WASTED TRIP
The trade representative of the United States of America, Mr Robert Zoellick, visited India to drum up support for the resump...| Read.. 
 
PROFESSED INTENT
The agreement between India and Pakistan on a road map to further the dialogue between them will be widely welcomed. Although...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Direction for the youth
By the first week of February, jubilant members of the National Cadet Corps who had participated in the Republic Day parade r...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Kindness and courage can repair time’s faults,/ And serving him breeds patience and courtesy/ In us, light sojourners and passing subjects. — EDWIN MUIR
 
BOOKS
People in their spaces
PRIVACY (Steidl, $30) by Dayanita Singh collects sequences of black and white ...  | Read.. 
 
Facts after the Fire
By Permission of Heaven: The Story of the Great Fire of LondonBy Adrian Tinniswood, Jonathan Cape, £ 12...  | Read.. 
 
What lies between words
Eats, Shoots & leaves: The Zero Tolerance approach to Punctuation By Lynne Truss,...  | Read.. 
 
Darkness at the break of noon
Chimes of Freedom: The Politics of Bob Dylan’s Art By Mike Marqusee....  | Read.. 
 
Extraordinary lives
The Garden of Earthly Delights By Indrajit Hazra, IndiaInk, Rs 395...  | Read.. 
 

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