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Dangerous loyalties
The external affairs minister, Kunwar Natwar Singh, began well. He said the right things, made the right moves. This is not surprising for someone trained in diplomacy at the age of 22 — and as long as 51 years ago. He spent the next 31 years in the ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Step by step
Sir — Arundhati Ray, quite clearly, believes in small things. That is probably why she has acquiesc ...  | Read.. 
 
Minimum impact
Sir — The left argues that it is not against economic reforms so long as they are “justified” and h ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
KING SEES RED
A political vacuum is a sure recipe for anarchy. This has been particularly true of Nepal, where the collapse of the politica...| Read.. 
 
GETTING IT WRONG
It is unfortunate that a new war of words between India and Pakistan is being played out before the media. This fresh tension...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Land, Rocks and Art
Nothing can quite prepare one for the surreal landscape of Hampi. The village is situated on the southern bank of the Tungabh...  | Read.. 
OPED
Outsiders are not welcome
Clashes between Mizos and non-Mizos, like the one that paralysed Aizawl on May 15, are not new to Mizoram. They have been a regular occurrence since the latter half of the 19t...  | Read.. 
 
The road to perdition
Dear Prime Minister, We the undersigned former British ambassadors, high commissioners, governors and senior international officials, including some who have long experience o...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
This business of womanhood is a very burden...And these days it is worse, with the poverty of blackness on one side and the weight of womanhood on the other. — T. DANGAREMBGA