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Prehistory of Hindutva
In June 2002, just as the riots in Narendra Modi’s home state had finally run their course, I was visited in Bangalore by G.N. (Ganesh) Devy, a sterling representative of another and better Gujarat. Devy was for many years a professor of literature a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The real king
Sir — The Brian Lara versus Sachin Tendulkar duel has been decisively settled in favour of t ...  | Read.. 
 
Rising son
Sir — In all the hullabaloo over Rahul Gandhi’s decision to contest from Amethi, the Indian media s ...  | Read.. 
 
Go slow'
Sir — In “The road less taken” (April 11), Avijit Ghosh writes that truck drivers do not use the Mu ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ORIGINAL CUNNING
Mr Vajpayee seems to have spoken the last word on Ms Gandhi’s foreign origin. But this might be just a rhetorical sleight of...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Unfinished business
The last I saw of Jathedar Gurcharan Singh Tohra was on the TV screen sitting behind raagis (hymn singers) in Harimandir, the Golden Temple...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There is one expanding horror in American life. It is that our long odyssey toward liberty, democracy and freedom-for-all may be achieved in such a way that utopia remains forever closed, and we live in freedom and hell, debased of style, not individual from one another, void of courage, our fear rationalized away. — KINSLEY NORMAN MAILER
 
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LIVE AND LET LOOSE
There might yet be an Indian angle to the David Beckham-Rebecca Loos affair. It was after they had enjoyed a few drinks at a nightclub called ...  | Read..