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The chief is missing
Some interesting developments which led to Britain’s decision to go to war in Iraq have gone largely unnoticed in India. The issue came into sharp focus recently when the attorney general, Peter Goldsmith, dropped prosecution charges against Katharin...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Husband vs wife
Sir — One would have expected Sonia Gandhi to be more sensitive to Hema Gamang’s plight — both bein ...  | Read.. 
 
A domestic tragedy
Sir — I was more saddened than shocked by the report, “Self-sacrifice at altar of unemployment” (Ma ...  | Read.. 
 
Ad nauseum
Sir — I do not agree with the editorial, “Give a break” (March 11), that the minimum advertisement ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HARD TO BELIEVE
Thanks to elections and the Election Commission, finance ministers are under restraint. This is true of state-level finance m...| Read.. 
 
SHADOW PARTY
Bankruptcy cannot be a ticket for a ride to the future. Nor can a denial of the past. The Congress, however ...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
By the rivers of time
One of the most profoundly thrilling experiences in Varanasi is seeing the river move constantly past the ghats, frame...  | Read.. 
OPED
Regulation and prevention
The PNDT Act is a unique piece of legislation that not only guides the appropriate use of diagnostic technologies but also opens up space for articulating the need to regulat...  | Read.. 
 
With a little help from friends
Globalization involves import of goods — and services, where possible — without any barriers, in terms of tariff...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The secret motive of the absent-minded is to be innocent while guilty. Absent-mindedness is spurious innocence. — SAUL BELLOW