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Cynical little faces
There were several children onstage, all of them girls. In fact, on that sunny sweaty day in Mysore, I was one of the few adults in the open-air auditorium. It was the sort of crowd that should have meant cheerful noise — talk, song, laughter. Ther...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Spot the real war hero
Sir — Strange as it may sound, a former GI is more likely to oppose his country’s war plans around ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair play
Sir — The media are fond of sensationalizing issues, and the “Vrindavan widows” is one of them (“Wi ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TEXTS, LIES AND POLITICS
Trying to ban the Discovery of India is an outcome of the art of falsification which all totalitarian regimes practise...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Slowing down
Inside out
Long time associations
Fly roughshod
The final act
Breaking ties
SCRIPSI
I count our progress by the extent to which what we cried in the wilderness five and thirty years ago has now become part of the assumptions of the ordinary man and woman...It’s better to argue from what has been done to what may be done, rather than to suggest that very little has been accomplished. — CLEMENT ATTLEE
 
INSIGHT
Vrroooom!
Prakash Dutta always thought that a car was just a car — no more, and no less. In the Nineties, when the 74-year-old retired ...  | Read..