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Eerie similarities
Government changes in south Asia often remind us how dissimilar are the political cultures and practices in the subcontinent, especially in India and Pakistan. This week’s change in government in Islamabad, however, has been different. It has eerie s...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Child’s play
Sir — For the American politico, “family” seems to be the last word in politics (“Daughters turn Pet Terminator ...  | Read.. 
 
Proper care
Sir — Contrary to Bappa Majumdar’s “Quack quack goes Bengal” (June 6), ayurvedic doctors are neithe ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TWO TO TANGO
There is no known temperature at which a diplomatic freeze begins to thaw. Thus it would have been naive to expect a quick br...| Read.. 
 
THOU SHALT NOT SEE
The psychology of censorship is murky. In matters of sex, the pronouncements of the censor board sometimes sound like express...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
Stations that look like palaces
It was with particular reference to VT that Jan Morris humorously wrote (in Buildings of the Raj) that the British in...  | Read.. 
OPED
Rogues’ gallery
The non-bailable warrant issued last month by a judicial magistrate in Bhubaneswar against Maheswar Mohanty would probably not have bothered the portly legislator from Puri mu...  | Read.. 
 
There is poison in our blood
It has been found that there is a significant relationship between thyroid hormone levels in the blood of grey seal weaned pups and juveniles, and poly-brominated diphenyl eth...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
All men are lonely. But sometimes it seems to me that we Americans are the loneliest of all. Our hunger for foreign places and new ways has been with us almost like a national disease. — LULA C. MCCULLERS