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What textbooks can’t do
When he was presiding over the ministry of human resource development, Murli Ma- nohar Joshi had a carefully formulated plan. This was to alter the perception of the minds of children — their ideas, values and their view of the world around them — ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
All that glitters
Sir — When Richard Gere was jeered off the podium at the AIDS conference in Bangkok recently, all b ...  | Read.. 
 
Body of protest
Sir — The report, “Naked anger at army” (July 16), by Khelen Thokchom left me breathless for a whil ...  | Read.. 
 
Scan the results
Sir — The results of this year’s Madhyamik Examinations were not available on the West Bengal gover ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TWO BLACK DAYS
Eggs and tomatoes, and broken light bulbs — perhaps that is what Trinamool Congress legislators are made of. Because these ar...| Read.. 
 
TAKEN AT THE FLOOD
Until a few days ago, Assam had resigned itself to having to live with the floods. The chief minister, Mr Tarun Gogoi, had sa...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
In tragic short supply
What could be more disturbing than the gruesome images of charred bodies of children all in a heap that we saw on television ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Wade into troubled waters
Health-related food security issues: Food security is obviously one of the prime factors for nutritional well-being, and therefore an important ...  | Read.. 
 
Learning the hard way
It was a cruel metamorphosis by which the kitchen meant to cook nutritious food for poor school children in Tamil Nadu’s temple town of Kumbakonam ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
And all shall be well and/ All manner of things shall be well/ When the tongues of flame are in-folded/ Into a crowned knot of fire/ And the fire and the rose are one. — T.S. ELIOT