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A verdict from below
One question that has been raised in the wake of the recent election results is whether democracy and development are compatible with one another. This has been voiced in the media by television anchors as well as commentators. This issue and the su...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
With an eye on the future
Sir — Milind Deora’s becoming one of the youngest parliamentarians ever, at age 27, is...  | Read.. 
 
Theatre of the absurd
Sir — Sushma Swaraj, K. Govindacharya and Uma Bharti must be feeling very foolish now that Sonia Ga ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SING ALONG
Mr Manmohan Singh is not even his own first choice as the prime minister of a Congress-led coalition ...| Read.. 
 
SMALL WORLD
A political party becomes relevant only if it sees a role for itself in the society at large. A party that cannot see beyond ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
Had she not been such a gandhi
Till Tuesday morning, life was beautiful for Raimondo Bultrini. Not only was he going to witness a fellow NRI (non-resident I...  | Read.. 
OPED
Did anybody win'
“Badalna hai”, said the young man simply, standing outside his empty shop in Vishakhapatnam in coastal Andhra, when I asked why he was going to vote for the Congress in...  | Read.. 
 
Equal terms of payment
Any amount in excess, which was properly in their possession and which has been taken or withheld from them, shall be placed to their account...and shall not be converted into...  | Read.. 
 
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To be an American (unlike being English or French or whatever) is precisely to imagine a destiny rather than to inherit one; since we have always been, insofar as we are Americans at all, inhabitants of myth rather than history. — LESLIE ARON FIEDLER