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Towards a joint endeavour
The Congress coalition has come to power at the Centre after a gap of eight years. Foreign and security issues were not as important when the country was in an election mode as issues related to governance, economic development and internal, national...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Align along different lines
Sir — While one may fully agree with the editorial, “Foreign fields” (May 26), one may add...  | Read.. 
 
Look left before you leap
Sir — The report, “Leaders and labour pull in two ways” (May 25), shows that left unions are living ...  | Read.. 
 
Misplaced trust
Sir — I have savings accounts in both public sector and private sector banks. A cheque of Rs 9,000 ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CARRYING COAL
Populist politics often borders on the parochial. In wishing to shift the headquarters of Coal India Limited from Calcutta to...| Read.. 
 
BURNT OUT
Calcutta has many unique features, not all of which should be emulated. One such is its habit of losing bits and pieces of it...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Dictates of the conscience
The high contracting parties undertake to enact any legislation necessary to provide effective penal sanctions for persons committing, or ordering to be committed, any of the...  | Read.. 
 
New lease of life
As a victory, it was quite unexpected. On the morning of May 13, Naveen Patnaik was closeted with a few young leaders of his party inside the chill interiors of Naveen Niwas w...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Dissent is the native activity of the scientist, and it has got him into a good deal of trouble in the last years. But if that is cut off, what is left will not be a scientist. And I doubt whether it will be a man. — JACOB BRONOWSKI