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Sense and licence
The minister for information and broadcasting has recently been reported as saying that the government intends to revisit the issue of licence fees for television and radio sets as a means of raising revenue for Prasar Bharati. He indicated that it c...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Pall on the mall
Sir ' The report states 'Delhi won't shop in dark' (Sept 20). As if Delhiites have ...  | Read.. 
 
Struggle for survival
Sir ' Ramachandra Guha has effectively brought out the hypocrisy in the politics of the sangh pa ...  | Read.. 
 
Baby's day out
Sir ' The food and nutrition board, the department of women and child development and the departmen ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
VITAL PARADOX
Sustained engagement with the United States of America is in India's vital national interest. The visit of the prime minister...| Read.. 
 
FOR A SONG
Patriotic zeal could be a terrible waste of time. In India, the national flag and anthem continually cause controversies of v...| Read.. 
 
HERITAGE ISSUES
 
How it began in venice Shobita Punja
The 1966 Charter of Venice is a historic document because it brought together architects and technicians, albeit from the wes...  | Read.. 
OPED
As women come into their own
They may still be burdened with work and have to contend with inebriated spouses at home, but the winds of change are catching up with women in Haryana. The age-old tradition ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
First you know that a new theory is attacked as absurd; then it is admitted to be true, but obvious and insignificant; finally it is seen to be so important that its adversaries claim that they have discovered it.' WILLIAM JAMES