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Joyce remembered
If I recall correctly, I first read A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man when I was seventeen. This was probably my first introduction to James Joyce; probably not. I have an indistinct memory of my cousins’ private tutor in Calcutta, an un...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Frankly speaking
Sir — Whatever faults V.C. Shukla may have, hypocrisy is certainly not one of them (“Sympathy why' ...  | Read.. 
 
Eye for detail
Sir — The uniform worn by or designed for Amitabh Bacchhan in the picture accompanying “Stars in he ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
’TWAS A FAMOUS VICTORY
India’s cricket tour of Pakistan was a double success. It made the relationship between the two countries warmer and brought ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Beware of the dark
The song and dance girl
A different BJP
Weak-kneed, but strong in spirit
It runs in the family
Narrative strategies
SCRIPSI
The moments of agony/ (Whether, or not, due to misunderstanding,/ Having hoped for the wrong things or dreaded the wrong things,/ Is not in question)are likewise permanent/…We appreciate this better/ In the agony of others, nearly experienced,/ Involving ourselves, than in our own./ For our own past is covered by the currents of action,/ But the torment of others remains an experience/ Unqualified, unworn by subsequent attrition./ People change, and smile: but the agony abides. — T.S. ELIOT
 
INSIGHT
Andhra burning
The self-styled CEO of Andhra Pradesh had just finished his ‘phone out’ programme telecast live daily in which dozens of unsu...  | Read..