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Just a little less brazen
The 2004-05 budget has been hailed as being “pro-poor” and “pro-farmer”. Nothing could be further from the truth. The outlay for the department of agriculture and co-operation remains at the same level as the National Democratic Alliance’s interim bu...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Letter from Rome
Sir — The Vatican’s memo to bishops in the United States of America not to give Communion to John K ...  | Read.. 
 
What have we got'
Sir — Who would have thought that the person who presented the dream budget of 1997 would come up w ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
STAGE FRIGHT
What the left believes is dependent on who the speaker is for the left. If a party functionary is advocating the left’s cause...| Read.. 
 
HORSE PLAY
Indian politicians would do anything to become ministers. By the same logic, if threatened with the loss of ministerial offic...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
Station to Post Office
I am absolutely delighted that on June 30 the article on VT Station was published in The Telegraph, and the very next...  | Read.. 
OPED
Affordable but dangerous
The public health approach to road traffic injury prevention is based on science. The approach draws on knowledge from medicine, biomechanics, epidemiology, sociology, be...  | Read.. 
 
Working at fever pitch
The photographs said it all. They were a study in contrast, more so since they appeared on the same day. One showed an unrepentant, far from contrite Enron founder Kenneth Lay...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We construct a narrative for ourselves, and that’s the thread we follow from one day to the next. People who disintegrate as personalities are the ones who lose that thread. — PAUL AUSTER