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The necessity of hyphens
Having spent many years of his life in the department of south Asian languages and civilizations at the University of Chicago, A.K. Ramanujan liked to describe himself as the hyphen in “Indian-American”. Re-reading the work of this poet, translator a...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Only for the record
Sir — The photograph, “Eye for record” (May 29), was quite sickening. It pointed to a macabre manif ...  | Read.. 
 
Special case
Sir — The Bharatiya Janata Party has done very badly in the North-east, but the party had it coming ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STILL TOO MANY SCREENS
Anything that is done to protect sexually-abused children is welcome. Since the Supreme Court has...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
The reds are on a roll
A picture of grace
Neither seen, nor heard
Home run
Losers take all
Bad news for Modi'
SCRIPSI
Oh, no, the machine, the machine is necessary. A man comes into a great hotel and says, I am a messenger. Who is this man' He disappears walking, there is no noise, nothing. Maybe he will never come back, maybe he will never deliver the message. But a man who rides up on a great machine, this man is responsible, this man exists. He will be given messages. — ARTHUR MILLER
 
INSIGHT
Tired & retired
The word ‘poetry’ acts like a trigger in some circles of New Delhi where Atal Bihari Vajpayee still rules. “Get me the fat bo...  | Read..