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The judgment of Paris
Louis XIV must have turned in his grave. Versailles was his retreat from the mob, which invaded his boyhood bedroom at the Palais Royal during the civil war called the Fronde, leaving behind an indelible memory of sweat, garlic and heavy breathing wh...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Truce for now
Sir — There is really no reason to cheer the report, “IIM fee row ends with return to old order” (J ...  | Read.. 
 
Traffic diversion
Sir — Some hoardings have recently come up in Alipore which exhort the public to follow traffic ru ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
CAR PARKS AND LEOPARDS
A metropolis which can offer a wild leopard the choice between Aishwarya Rai and an MTech is a very bizarre animal indeed...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Bonding over poetry
In an age when many post-pubescent girls prefer to announce their ardour through public Internet blogs rather than private, rose-scented letters...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is a fraud of the Christian system to call the sciences human invention; it is only the application of them that is human. Every science has...a system of principles as fixed and unalterable as those by which the universe is regulated and governed. Man cannot make principles, he can only discover them. — THOMAS PAINE
 
PEOPLE
FOREVER ON A SUNDAY
Football’s latest metrosexual poster boy has nearly arrived. But before that, tomorrow, Cristiano Ronaldo has promises to k...  | Read.. 
 
Out & About
Tuned into himself
Biwi No. 1
The Oscar goes too...