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Prince of smoothness
This week brought confirmation of something which diplomats and foreign correspondents in Washington have long suspected: that there is the job of an ambassador to the United States of America, which is the dream of every diplomat. ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The son rises
Sir — A father reviling his son as a nalayak because he feels the latter is becoming a littl ...  | Read.. 
 
Rice in the cooker
Sir — Condoleezza Rice’s much-awaited testimony was an anticlimax, especially after the tension bui ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MAOIST MYTHS
A spectre is haunting many parts of India in these times of the elections — the spectre of Maoism. It is no coincidence, thou...| Read.. 
 
KEEP SITTING
Patriotism often takes the form of puerile touchiness in India. Some of it is comic, but most of it is an unfunny waste of pu...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
Of lines and places
Objects of art and monuments are significant to us for a variety of reasons. Some, like the Taj Mahal, are of aesthetic and h...  | Read.. 
OPED
No rose revolution
The Uzbek state had it coming. Since its independence on September 1, 1991, Islamic extremism — which came northwards across the Amu Darya with young Soviet and Muslim recruit...  | Read.. 
 
A return to nowhere
Prison conditions are extremely poor and the Amnesty International has stated that torture occurs regularly, particularly at police stations and military camps. The United Nat...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To disarm the strong and arm the weak would be to change the social order which it’s my job to preserve. Justice is the means by which established injustices are sanctioned. — ANATAOLE FRANCE