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Conventional wisdom
India’s interests at the most important political event in the United States of America in this election year were taken care of by just four persons. Badly outnumbered by their counterparts from similarly placed countries, the four Indians did a val...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Back to your desk, please
Sir — What would the Faria Alams of this world do if we did not have an endless appetite for “sex, ...  | Read.. 
 
Against the grain
Sir — I have been following with interest the clash of the titans — Sanjay Subrahmanyam and Ashis N ...  | Read.. 
 
Women beware
Sir — Women speaking up for themselves is certainly needed (“The lady doth protest too much”, Aug 4 ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TREND RATE
The Central board of trustees of the Employees Provident Fund Organization has declared an interim interest rate of 8.5 per c...| Read.. 
 
QUIT NOTICE
The fear of the outsider is an old phenomenon in India’s North-east. Often, it is a reflection of a small community’s sense o...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE MATTERS
 
What the Lions mean
The Sarnath lion capital, from which the symbol of the republic of India was derived, has a message if someone wishes to hea...  | Read.. 
OPED
A Yorkshireman with twinkling eyes
With the curiosity of a twenty-year-old, I quietly entered the house. Scantily clad ladies, their cigarettes in holders, were sitting around in French poses. The Cricks clearl...  | Read.. 
 
Minimum acceptance
Awar of attrition is raging between the left and the Congress over the new government’s policies. It was not unexpected, but has come sooner than expected. Every other day, on...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
In judging paintings, you should consider whether the first impression pleases the eye and whether the artist has followed the rules; as for the rest, everyone makes some mistakes. — TINTORETTO