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The origins of terror
The carnage billed as the war to end all wars, which began 90 years ago this month, bears a profound responsibility for the world as it is today. Arab discontent, Israeli bullying, the menace of terrorism and Iraq’s anguish can all be traced to World...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Presumed guilty
Sir — What exactly are the crimes for which Avatar Singh has been arrested (“Athlete-turned-MP’s hu ...  | Read.. 
 
Promises and lies
Sir — The United Progressive Alliance government seems to have made up its mind to repeal the Preve ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ACT OF FORCE
It must be an abnormal situation when a democratic state is perceived as an instrument of force. The continuing violence in M...| Read.. 
 
FEAR AND PAIN
Physical pain, or the fear of it, does not help a child learn better. Corporal punishment in schools is often a perversion di...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE ISSUES
 
Plans for a town
Gujarat received its first World Heritage Site nomination this year when UNESCO declared Champaner one of India’s best preser...  | Read.. 
OPED
Revolution in a shopping mall
Distributive inequity characterizes economic growth in India from the Eighties till now, though even those below the “poverty line” are ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Far from being a vice, cruelty is the primary feeling that nature imprints in us. The infant breaks its rattle, bites its nurse’s nipple and strangles a bird well before reaching the age of reason. — MARQUIS DE SADE