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How sweet is my carrot
I am glad the Indian cricket team toured Pakistan. Before the boys in blue left, I thought it made no sense as cricket, and all sense as Vajpeyan politics. It was crazy to send our best cricketers to play in April, when the temperature in Multan woul...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
For better or for worse
Sir — The Union food minister, Sharad Yadav, may have a point when he says that politically ambitio ...  | Read.. 
 
Misplaced notions
Sir — In “Outsourced by politics” (April 19), Ashok Mitra rails against the proposed move of the Un ...  | Read.. 
 
All wired up
Sir — The purchasers of India Telephone cards are not getting proper services from Calcutta Telepho ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FATHER TIME
The importance accorded to Lord’s is an anomaly. Lord’s is cricket’s history, by no means its present. The ground made by Tho...| Read.. 
 
STILL AT SEA
Stalling things comes naturally to Bengal’s militant trade unionists. But what the Forward Seamen’s Union did to stall the vo...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Why Some fears persist
While ordering a retrial of the Best Bakery case outside Gujarat, the Supreme Court came down heavily on the Gujarat state go...  | Read.. 
OPED
Playing the memory game
The yards that still stick out after the clumsy burial of the sari episode in Lucknow brings to mind certain pictures that the Bharatiya Janata Party is now desperately...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
To me, the “female principle” is...basically anarchic. It values order without constraint, rule by custom, not by force. It has been the male who enforces order, who constructs power structures, who makes, enforces, and breaks laws. — URSULA LE GUIN