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Distant thunder
Back in Calcutta after a month in England, I found that a debate, or a public difference of opinion, between two Indian academics had gone all but stale. Its venue had been an unlikely one, a national newsmagazine known as much for its secular creden...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Gone with the flood
Sir — The editorial, “Taken at the flood” (July 22), made amusing reading because it shows that lik ...  | Read.. 
 
Tragic tale
Sir — “Six murders and a suicide” (July 19), was a gruesome tale. How could Shibendu Saha murder al ...  | Read.. 
 
Club class
Sir — Euro Cup has virtually revolutionized European soccer. Not only did heavyweights like Germany ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FINELY IN TUNE
India is that storybook land where nobody is ever responsible for anything. And since fixing responsibility where it ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Without favour
Chief problem
And the prize goes to...
School of thought
Friend indeed
Bettering ties
SCRIPSI
Who, of men, can tell/ That flowers would bloom, or that green fruit would swell/ To melting pulp, that fish would have bright mail,/ The earth its dower of river, wood, and vale,/ The meadows runnels, runnels pebble-stones,/ The seed its harvest, or the lute its tones,/ Tones ravishments, or ravishment its sweet,/ If human souls did never kiss and greet' — JOHN KEATS
 
INSIGHT
Fare enough!
It’s a dogfight up there in the skies — as Air Deccan spreads its wings. And the real victor will be the passenger. Debashis Bhattacharyya reports ...  | Read..