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The valley is still unquiet
The excitement, always somewhat ersatz, over the Union budget proposals is nearly abated. The budget in any case is a bit of a hoax, an exercise in public relations on the part of the government. It draws attention to what the regime considers it wor...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Puzzling polls
Sir — The results of the Junagadh municipal elections have left political analysts in a fix once a ...  | Read.. 
 
Unpardonable
Sir — If the fire at the Saraswati English Medium School at Kumbakonam does not shake us out of our ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MARKET COMPLEX
A rollback was inevitable for capital markets. Mr P. Chidambaram has rolled back the turnover tax on securities partially a...| Read.. 
 
TALK ANYWHERE
There is always cause for hope. India and Pakistan have agreed to sustain the process of dialogue. Yet it is unfortunate, how...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Don’t be Ruled by emotions
An acceptable criterion for the death penalty seems to be whether a case is one of the “rarest of the rare”. Yet today, three...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
There are two kinds of mind, one mathematical, the other what one might call the intuitive. The first takes a slow, firm, inflexible view, but the latter has flexibility of thought. — BLAISE PASCAL
 
BOOKS
His final hours
THE LAST DAYS OF THE THIRD REICH By Joachim Fest, Macmillan, £ 9.75...  | Read.. 
 
Off with the red tape
My Experiences in Government By G.V. Ramakrishna, Academic Foundati...  | Read.. 
 
Listen to your inner voice
Everything Will be All Right By Tessa Hadley, Jonathan Cape, £ 9.75...  | Read.. 
 
Tale of another time
A BEGGAR AT THE GATE By Thalassa Ali, Review, £ 10.99...  | Read.. 
 
In Princeton, one Easter…
The name of the book invokes a famous Sherlock Holmes novel. This helps in ...  | Read.. 
 

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