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All this hue and cry
Government documents make for turgid reading. No one bothers to simplify the language, even when communication to the ordinary citizen is intended. My favourite example is “inter alia”. Pick up any government document and the probability is 10...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Positively low
Sir — Pratima Kumari has denied the charge that she used steroids to improve her performance (“Pra ...  | Read.. 
 
Art therapy
Sir — The two significant findings of the World Bank study on HIV/AIDS in India are that HIV is inc ...  | Read.. 
 
Prying eyes
Sir — No capital punishment has received as much publicity as Dhananjoy Chatterjee’s. But the media ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FREE RANGE
Belonging is an elusive notion. The relationship between an individual being and its geographical locatedness is both a subje...| Read.. 
 
CLOSE CALL
Spilling the blood of the innocent is an extreme act, but it is not always clear what it signifies. For the former prime mini...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Déjà vu on the way ahead
Pranab Mukherjee was recently on a BBC programme hosted by Karan Thapar, where he came across very poorly. There was neither ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Is there a chance of recovery'
Around two months ago, twenty-seven-year-old Sandhya Mondol, pregnant with her first child, was admitted to the gynaecology ward of the NRS Medical College and Hospital. After...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I ask you to look both ways. For the road to a knowledge of the stars leads through the atom; and important knowledge of the atom has been reached through the stars. — ARTHUR STANLEY EDDINGTON