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Irreversible reforms
This is the worst of times to write a column. We know that the sensitive index has taken a continuous battering and there is an overwhelming impression of gloom and doom. Especially if you speak to urban India or watch or read media that reflects urb...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Imaginary fears
Sir — There seems to be no end to Mamata Banerjee’s paranoia about security. First, she charged law ...  | Read.. 
 
Imbalanced views
Sir — Ashok Mitra seems to get a perverse pleasure out of dragging the United States of America int ...  | Read.. 
 
Man of the moment
Sir — In his first term as finance minister in the United Front government, P. Chidambaram had intr ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CHARITY STATE
The way to bankruptcy is often paved with good intentions. Nobody will doubt the good intentions behind the National Employment ...| Read.. 
 
LEAVE THEM TO IT
Autonomy is most keenly valued when it is in eclipse. The Indian Institutes of Management have had to expend a great deal of ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
From pink paper to PM
A few days ago, Rajdeep Sardesai was anchoring a programme on the common minimum programme with D. Raja of the CPI, Brinda Ka...  | Read.. 
OPED
Natwar’s natter
Over the last ten days, Natwar Singh has come across as a man caught in a time warp. He confounded the Pakistanis by his statements to such an extent that General Pervez Musha...  | Read.. 
 
Pollution is a persistent problem
The parties to this Convention, recognizing that persistent organic pollutants possess toxic properties, resist degradation, bioaccumulate and are transported, through air, wa...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Gradually I came to realize that people will more readily swallow lies than truth, as if the taste of lies was homey, appetizing: a habit. — MARTHA ELLIS GELLHORN