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A new tryst with destiny
Yesterday, August 14, a function was held in Delhi to mark the release of new editions of Jawaharlal Nehru’s three books, An Autobiography, Glimpses of World History and The Discovery of India. The timing of the release could not...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
The image lies
Sir — The confident “boss” that the image gurus make him out to be and the corporate bosses view hi ...  | Read.. 
 
Deer departed
Sir — It was distressing to see the picture of a dying deer being hauled away at the Alipore zoo by ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
KNOWING IS BELIEVING
There is a peculiar irony about the right to information in this country. The Freedom of Information Act was passed in 2002 ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Slip of the tongue
Big on the royals
Closed door policy
Uneven distribution
You can’t please all
In the name of the father
SCRIPSI
It is not often that nations learn from the past — even rarer that they draw the correct conclusions from it. For the lessons of historical experience, as of personal experience, are contingent. They teach the consequences of certain actions, but they cannot force a recognition of comparable situations — HENRY ALFRED KISSINGER
 
INSIGHT
In the line of control
Back in the Sixties, India was faced with a troubled question: after Nehru, who' The answer — Lal Bahadur Shastri — emerged slowly...  | Read..