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Buffaloes in a mosquito net
On a walk recently, I found a man’s children lying about on a gunny bag. But his buffaloes were inside a vast blue mosquito net. The entire family — two buffaloes and child — was living in luxury. At first I could not believe that the buffaloes were ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unlearn the lesson
Sir — If anyone thought that schooling was all about imparting the right values, think again. The p ...  | Read.. 
 
Tracked down
Sir — The United Progressive Alliance has been scorned for the appointment of the tainted Laloo Pra ...  | Read.. 
 
Helping hand
Sir — In “Cancer Management II” (Hard Talk, May 17), on being asked whether there were any “dependa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
VENUS DE SOL
A small dot moving across the sun today is a rare celestial event, even though it will make the sun fade by a mere 0.1 per c...| Read.. 
 
NEW MODEL
The best conventions are dull, because they are supposed to enact the expected. But the president’s speech this time ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
First among equals
John F. Kennedy had to wait until he was dead to have New York City’s Idlewild Airport named after him, but they renamed ....  | Read.. 
OPED
About the tasks ahead
My generation grew up thinking of prime ministers as supreme representatives of the political groupings they led. This was how all British prime ministers, from Robert Walpole...  | Read.. 
 
With a view to assist
Each party that has one or more regulatory and assessment schemes for new pesticides or new industrial chemicals shall take measures to regulate... the production and use of n...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
He never wants anything but what’s right and fair, only when you come to settle what’s right and fair, it’s everything that he wants and nothing that you want. And that’s his idea of a compromise. — THOMAS HUGHES