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Joy and despair
The prime minister's visit to the United States of America has generated a great deal of misplaced euphoria about the future of Indo-US relations. While the proposition that relations between India and the US are better than they have ever been is tr...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Our white saviours
Sir ' On my way to Calcutta from London recently, I met a bunch of British youngsters at Heathrow a ...  | Read.. 
 
Age of unreason
Sir ' Kenneth Bigley was alive when Sunanda K. Datta-Ray wrote 'Caught between' (Oct 9). By the tim ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
JUST TWO
Can 'national interest' override private choice' It can, in Haryana and in a few other Indian states. The Supreme Court has n...| Read.. 
 
PARTY TO CRIME
Political stability does not necessarily guarantee the rule of law. The long reign of the Marxists has given West Bengal the ...| Read.. 
 
VIA MEDIA
 
George Bush, you are fired
Bob Botfeld is a computer systems engineer who gave up his cushy job in a New York firm six months ago, to devote all his ene...  | Read.. 
OPED
Signs of a recovery
At long last, the IMF’s World Economic Outlook is cautiously optimistic about the prospects of the global economy, writes S. Venkitaramanan ...  | Read.. 
 
Icon of doubt and interpretation
An author is dead as soon as he writes a text. The text lives and is open to reading and interpretation. Jacques Derrida died on October 9, but the contribution he made to the...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Experience has taught me, when I am shaving of a morning, to keep watch over my thoughts, because, if a line of poetry strays into my memory, my skin bristles so that the razor ceases to act. ' ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN