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Who are we'
Until his death last year, the New York-based Palestinian academic, Edward Said, had acquired a reputation of being the most influential thinker in the world. His trenchant critique of the skewed cultural assumptions of Orientalism influenced an enti...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Together, we’ll overcome
Sir — The report, “Enter union, in call centres” (July 26), is quite encouraging to all of us who w ...  | Read.. 
 
Tax token
Sir — Whether it is P. Chidambaram’s so-called “concessions” or Vijay Kelkar’s suggested “reforms”, ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FORCED TO WED
Savings are no longer buried under the ground. That is because banks are perceived to be safe, apart from the fact that bank ...| Read.. 
 
UNWELCOME SIGNS
Some dinners make for good diplomacy, some others do not. The dinner that the external affairs minister, Mr K. Natwar Singh, ...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
The Hot and cold of it
As temperatures touch 35 degrees, expatriates in China pack their bags and head home. The heat is too much for them, that is ...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
If the worst came to the worst and half a mankind died, the other half would remain while imperialism would be razed to the ground and the whole world could become socialist. — MAO ZEDONG
 
BOOKS
Of the people
The Politics of the Governed By Partha Chatterjee, Permanent Black, Rs...  | Read.. 
 
On the elephant trail
Elephas maximus By Stephen Alter, Penguin, Rs 350...  | Read.. 
 
In a different time
Essays in Intellectual Thought and Culture vol. 1 Edited by Iqtidar Husai...  | Read.. 
 
An unusual journey
ASTRIDE THE WHEEL: YANTRARUDHA By Chandrasekhar Rath, Oxford, Rs 245...  | Read.. 
 
Copy with care
Enough is Enough, and used them in his book, Freedom Is Not ...  | Read.. 
 

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