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Natural proclivities
Reading Sanjay Subrahmanyam’s response (“A guru and his followers”, The Telegraph, August 8) to my two-part article has left me feeling more puzzled and less enlightened than before. My article was written not so much to take sides as to consi...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pinning down a star
Sir — If only King Khan had known (“Imran missed chance to be PM, says Pervez”, Aug 11). For the Pa ...  | Read.. 
 
Run for cover
Sir — Brijesh D. Jayal’s “Chinks in the armour” (Aug 4) reflects the typical attitude of the Indian ...  | Read.. 
 
No stakes
Sir — This refers to the report, “Maoists target Indian firm” (Aug 12), by Pranay Sharma. In this r ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
DESCENT FROM OLYMPUS
Drugs are the performance enhancers of athletes and sportsmen. But drugs also serve to enhance and energize controversy ...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Indelible and lucid
Excerpts from the diaries of N. D. Varadachariar (1903-1945), edited by N. V. Sampath, Malathi Rangaswami and V. N. Kast...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
He comes to us as One Unknown, without a name, as of old, by the lakeside. He came to those who knew Him not.He speaks to us the same word: ‘Follow thou me!’ and sets us to the tasks which He has to fulfil for our time. He commands. And to those who obey Him, whether they be wise or simple, He will reveal Himself in the toils, the conflicts, the sufferings which they shall pass through His fellowship, and, as ineffable mystery, they shall learn in their own experience who He is. — ALBERT SCHWEITZER
 
PEOPLE
PRO AND ACTIVE
Mohammed Fazal is far from dumb. In fact, Maharashtra’s governor has shot his mouth off on matters ranging from police transf...  | Read..