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Waiting and watching
If there were a diplomatic equivalent of the sensitive index which reflected the reactions of foreign governments to developments in India, by now it would have crashed more precipitously than the fall of the Bombay Stock Exchange over the past few d...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Some quick calculations
Sir — Perhaps the Karnataka governor doesn’t know (“Governor steps into muddle”, May 17). But the “ ...  | Read.. 
 
Left with the handle
Sir — That the market perceives the Congress and the left to be strange bedfellows was evident in t ...  | Read.. 
 
Mismatching figures
Sir — The report, “What’s in it for us” (May 16), mentions that “55.5 per cent of those who voted C ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GAILY EVER AFTER
The shock of the new is not always pleasant to all. The basic problem with same-sex marriage, for those who cannot accept it,...| Read.. 
 
INNER VOICE
To get power and then to renounce it is to lay claim on a realm beyond the mere material. Yesterday, Ms Sonia Gandhi, the Con...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
Lessons from the past
There are many reasons to conserve our built heritage and museums that contain priceless art objects. One of the reasons disc...  | Read.. 
OPED
The dignity of prison labour
The duration of the daily labour of prisoners of war, including the time of the journey to and fro, shall not be excessive, and must in no case exceed that permitted for civi...  | Read.. 
 
What the numbers say
The elections are over, the results are out. There is a happy smile on the face of the Congress chief minister, Tarun Gogoi, as well as on that of the opposition leader, Brind...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
If there is a heaven it’s no doubt already filled — with horses, chickens, lambs, and other poor creatures. People will simply not get in. — LOUIS DUDEK