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The focus of millions
English cricket-lovers are a funny sub-species. On the one hand, the English cricket fan strives to project an attitude of “couldn’t-care-less-really”, deploying a much-practised slight shrug and a self- or team-deprecating comment whenever news of a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unwilling to be friends
Sir — Two of the eleven men in blue, who made sure that Pakistan did not walk away with the trophy ...  | Read.. 
 
Contending kins
Sir — If the report, “Fort setting for dynasty drama” (March 19), by Rasheed Kidwai is to be believ ...  | Read.. 
 
On the hit list
Sir — How many elephants must North Bengal lose before the Northeast Frontier railway authorities s ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FAMILY MATTERS
Although India is a proud republic and has repudiated dynasty, evidence indicates that its political culture has not outgr...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Excuses, excuses
United fans of Vajpayee
Godmen know best
“V” is for victory
A time to make friends
Short and long of it
SCRIPSI
Possessed, as are all the fair daughters of Eve, of an hereditary propensity, transmitted to them undiminished through successive generations, to be ‘soon moved with the slightest touch of blame’; very little precept and practice will confirm them in the habit, and instruct them all the maxims, of self-justification. — MARIA EDGEWORTH
 
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Rest in pieces
It’s a hostile zone. Strangers are greeted with stares in Mandoli, an industrial estate on the Delhi-UP border. High brick wa...  | Read..