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The high horse of free will
Three-quarters of a century ago, Bertrand Russell wrote a piece of polemics, with the title, “Why I Am An Atheist'” or some such. If memory serves right, Russell’s argument denying the existence of god went somewhat as follows. God is supposed to be ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Perfect timing
Sir — There are very few examples of perfect farewells in the game of cricket. However, when the fo ...  | Read.. 
 
Loose talk
Sir — The recent bloodbath at the stock market only shows that the left cannot be trusted (“22 minu ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NOT CREDIBLE
The common minimum programme is a political document rather than an economic one. Generating consensus on the CMP is perceive...| Read.. 
 
TOGETHER AT LAST
Karnataka now has a government, and two unusually restive partners may make the state’s first coalition government quite a memorable ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Nuclear with a cause
Lovelock is an independent scientist who grew wealthy by inventing equipment to measure the presence of chlorofluorocarbons, ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Of discipline and punishment
Article 97: Prisoners of war shall not in any case be transferred to penitentiary establishments (prisons, penitentiaries, convict prisons) .....  | Read.. 
 
Precariously perched
Stability of a government does not only mean survival. Yet governments, especially coalition governments, need to survive before they can stabilize....  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I remember, I remember,/ The fir trees dark and high;/ I used to think their slender tops/ Were close against the sky:/ It was childish ignorance, But now ’tis little joy/ To know I’m farther off from heav’n/ Than when I was a boy. — THOMAS HOOD