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Staying on the radar
Because Indian Americans have become such a high-profile community in the US, because even two-penny Capitol Hill interns visiting India take up full pages of news- print in national dailies in cities like New Delhi, because the ethnic Indian print p...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pretty young things
Sir ' There are no doubts about the visual appeal of the young and suave Indian parliamentarians no ...  | Read.. 
 
Deathly silence
Sir ' The siege in Russia was truly abhorrent. Yet as is usual for Chechnya, Palestine, or even for ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEFT'S CROSS
Fundamentalism is the flip side of dogmatism. Both these attitudes harbour an intolerance of any kind of criticism or opinion...| Read.. 
 
OUT OF COURT
Certain responsibilities are not negotiable. If lawyers go on strike, as they did yesterday in West Bengal, thousands of clie...| Read.. 
 
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Victim of its own success
If you had dismissed the shimmering, shiny red screen behind the Aaj Tak newsreader as some tacky interior decorator's idea o...  | Read.. 
OPED
A kingdom in a cauldron
The problem with the history of unsettled societies is that it either runs or stagnates. After sprinting through three kings in four days in the wake of the Narayanhity massac...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
I live in company with a body, a silent companion, exacting and eternal. He it is who notes that individuality which is the seal of the weakness of our race. My soul has wings, but the brutal jailer is strict. ' EUG'NE DELACROIX