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Since 1st March, 1999
 
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The changing face of Russia
The broad Moscow boulevards were lined with huge and majestic “Stalin Apartments” and government office buildings. Apparently, there was an acute housing shortage during Nikita Khrushchev’s regime and he had hundreds of “Khrushchev Apartments” built....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Catch them young
Sir — J. Jayalalithaa’s no-fail policy in primary schools may bring cheer to students, but not educ ...  | Read.. 
 
Better pill
Sir — I strongly resent the dubbing of homoeopathic and ayurvedic practitioners as quacks (“Quack q ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HOME FIRES
As tensions between mothers- and daughters-in-law erupt into the court, it must be asked if fear of the law is the best way ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
The halo grows
Kept out this time
No escaping the faithful
Learn her tongue
They have it coming
Enjoy the flight
SCRIPSI
’Tis melancholy, and a fearful sign/ Of human frailty, folly, also crime,/ That love and marriage rarely can combine,/ Although they both are born in the same clime;/ Marriage from love, like vinegar from wine/ A sad, sour, sober beverage — by time/ Is sharpened from its high celestial flavour,/ Down to a very homely household savour. — GEORGE BYRON
 
INSIGHT
Saving Narendra Modi
Narendra Modi rarely laughs, unless somebody calls him “Hitler Modi”, the epithet he derives a strange enjoyment from heari...  | Read..