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Reversing the swing
This edition of The Thin Edge could have been about many things: the continuing fallout from the elections, the obscenity of billionairesí weddings, whether in Paris or Puri, the latest on global climate-change, anything, in fact, other than cricket....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Oops, she did it again
Sir ó What is it with Western female pop-music stars' Britney Spears was once famous for having sai ...  | Read.. 
 
Not quite a joke
Sir ó The article, ďDonít worry, itís just a jokeĒ, (June 28), does well to raise the subject of ho ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DEAD MANíS BOOTS
Top footballers perform better when playing for their clubs than while playing for their countries. Soccer thus confirms tha...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Time for a short break
What about the books'
Itís not closing time yet
Transported out of power
Ring in the new
Unsavoury turf wars
SCRIPSI
For should the soul of a prince enter and inform the body of a cobbler, as soon as deserted by his own soul, everyone sees he would be the same person with the prince, accountable only for the princeís actions; but who would say it was the same man' ó JOHN LOCKE
 
INSIGHT
Figure it out
With Budget 2004 four days away, there is a distinct feeling that, somewhere down the line, the priorities of policy planners...  | Read..