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From Sonia to Sonia plus
It is a tribute to the inclusive traditions of India that Sonia Gandhi has been propelled to the position where she can be the prime minister of India. Yet having to prove her Indianness every inch of the way may well become a major handicap for her....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The lady knows best
Sir — Sushma Swaraj is, what may be called, more nationalist than thou (“Sushma, husband eye exit”, ...  | Read.. 
 
Mixed results
Sir — In writing a requiem for the National Democratic Alliance, Ashok Mitra is prepared to throw t ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SORELY TRIED
Poetry did not help Ms Mamata Banerjee rise above defeat: she is a very sore loser. Her call for president’s rule for ...| Read.. 
 
TOO CONFIDENT
In electoral politics, over-confidence can be as bad as over-ambition. If the former was the bane of the Bharatiya Janata Par...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
On a slippery surface
In his new book, Plan of Attack, Bob Woodward claims that the Saudis promised President Bush to raise oil production i...  | Read.. 
OPED
Superpowers, neighbours and styles of diplomacy
India’s foreign policy has maintained a basic continuity despite the periodic changes in government resulting from the workings of parliamentary democracy. Broadly speaking...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Love, you shall perfect for me this child/ Whose small imperfect limits would keep breaking:/ Within new limits now, arrange the world/ And square the circle: four walls and a ring. — SEAMUS JUSTIN HEANEY