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A bold and challenging voice has emerged in the past few years: that of a section of the Dalit intelligentsia, most well-known among whom is Chandra Bhan Prasad. His newspaper columns have recently been published as a book, Dalit Diary, 1999-2003...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Business of politics
Sir — The report, “Another CM son eyes House club” (Aug 30), throws light on two cardinal truths ab ...  | Read.. 
 
Little glory, greater shame
Sir — The Olympics is over, and it has been a flop show for India. The outcome was clear the day Ai ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PLEASING POLICY
The commerce ministry was set up in the beginning of World War II to ration imports. German U-boats were sinking the British ...| Read.. 
 
PARTY HOPPING
For many Indian politicians any party is good enough as long as it helps them stay in power. The caretaker chief minister of ...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE ISSUES
 
How to sell culture
The Olympic Games are over, and many in India feel that this large and wonderful country has much to do and miles to go. The ...  | Read.. 
OPED
Unwriting history
The current spat between Murli Manohar Joshi and Arjun Singh signifies a lot more than the Punch-and-Judy show it appears to be. Joshi is livid because Singh has got the NCER...  | Read.. 
 
After the deed is done
Buying a flat is like running long-distance hurdles. One has to find (and like) a property, engage in lengthy bargaining with the realtor, and then run to a bank for help with...  | Read.. 
 
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