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Still out in the cold
Espionage has always exercised a macabre fascination for both the macho and the cerebral. Depending on style and personal inclination, both James Bond and George Smiley have, at one time or other, tickled the fantasies of those who love a dash of adv...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sex and the city
Sir — The good news is that Mumbai cops have decided to put a check on sex work (“Crime act to figh ...  | Read.. 
 
A question of degree
Sir — As an academic, I am compelled to say a few things about the report, “CM stands by ‘pundit’ S ...  | Read.. 
 
Faith breached
Sir — By strongly supporting the case for veils in the state schools in Europe, The TelegraphRead.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LOTS OF SAND
It was a series of mistakes, but nobody in particular seems to have made them. So it must be everybody’s fault. This is the a...| Read.. 
 
SANS SENSE
Ideology is power-neutral. This simple statement will appear bizarre to most observers of Indian politics. Power, or more imp...| Read.. 
 
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Space for some new facts
SCRIPSI
‘The true’, to put it very briefly, is only the expedient in the way of our thinking, just as ‘the right’ is only the expedient in the way of our behaving. — WILLIAM JAMES
 
BOOKS
A noble way of life
ARTS OF MUGHAL INDIA: STUDIES IN HONOUR OF ROBERT SKELTON (V&A and...  | Read.. 
 
Lost in the fine print
A Daughter’s Story By Maria Aurora Couto, Penguin, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
 
By the stroke of the brush
NOOR By Sorayya Khan, Penguin, Rs 250...  | Read.. 
 
Married to a stranger
Madras on Rainy Days By Samina Ali, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Rs 250...  | Read.. 
 
Stories for the new woman
Down-market romantic fiction is a large part of the book market. It account...  | Read.. 
 

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