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That effortless elegance
What every columnist tries, each in his way, is to write breathtaking, irresistible prose. None was better at it than Alistair Cooke. Except that he wrote to be heard, not read. Every Thursday, he wrote down his talk — typed it out on his manual typ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Lady protests too much
Sir — Why is Priyanka Gandhi playing so hard to get' If she is destined to enter politics, inasmuch ...  | Read.. 
 
New shine
Sir — For the first time ever, 36 well-known companies, both national and multinational, have visit ...  | Read.. 
 
Still shining
Sir — K.L. Saigal may be “the voice which grandfather loved”, but to the music aficionado, he will ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE END OF MIGHT
The anarchy in Iraq today starkly questions the concept of untrammelled military power — its motives as well as its fru...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Wrong picture'
Save the day
Trying their luck
PM calling
Greener pastures
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SCRIPSI
It’s nice to meet serious people/ And hear them explain their views:/ Your concern for the rights of women/ Is especially welcome news./ I’m sure you’d never exploit one;/ I expect you’d rather be dead;/ I’m thoroughly convinced of it —/ Now can we go to bed' — WENDY COPE
 
INSIGHT
First time, first poll
In a pair of jeans that must have been blue in its better days and a hair style that has Salman Khan desperately written all ...  | Read.. 
 
The youth factor
I do take interest in politics, and will give my vote. My name is on the voters’ list in my hometown in Behrampore...  | Read..