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Dazzled by technology
Ours is an age that is wonder-struck by technology. Our technological capability is the focus of national pride and the symbol of our status in the world. And indeed, given the impact on our way of life of the miracles of modern science, this is an a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Different strokes
Sir — One can only imagine the desperation that drives the residents of Hetkahan village in Purulia...  | Read.. 
 
Power play
Sir — The mad scramble for lucrative ministerial berths among the United Progressive Alliance leade ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WATER BEFORE POLIO
Control over natural resources is a form of empowerment. In the under-developed villages of India, the awareness of this ofte...| Read.. 
 
FOREIGN FIELDS
The statement of the Union minister for external affairs, Mr Natwar Singh, that there will be no major shift in India’s forei...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
What to learn from St Mary’s
Exams are over and the results are out — but one is still in the mood for grading. Which historic place in India would one ma...  | Read.. 
OPED
Unscheduled matter
After Purna Sangma won the election from Tura, Charles Pyngrope, a minister in Meghalaya’s Congress-led coalition government, said that the result was a personal victory ...  | Read.. 
 
On an equal footing
Article 88: Officers, non-commissioned officers and men who are prisoners of war undergoing a disciplinary or judicial punishment...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Children are haughty, disdainful, angry, envious, curious, interested, lazy, fickle, shy, self-indulgent, liars...they do not wish to suffer evil, but like to do evil: they are already adults. — JEAN DE LA BRUYÈRE