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Death of a hero
Before a phenomenon called Garfield Sobers emerged on the cricket scene, most cricket lovers would have named Keith Miller as the greatest all-rounder the game had ever seen. They would have toyed with the names of Jack Gregory and Learie Constantine...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Behind enemy lines
Sir ' As the report, 'Buddha turns US best bet' (Oct 13), shows, the votaries of economic reforms h ...  | Read.. 
 
Fickle fame
Sir ' Ravi Shankar and Ramachandra Guha lament Rabindranath Tagore's lack of international fame and ...  | Read.. 
 
Written in the stars
Sir ' The income tax department's advertisement in The Telegraph on October 13, 2004 goes, ' ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MISSING PRINCIPLE
Anupam Kher is very angry. He is angry because he was sacked as the head of the all-India censor board. Kher believes his dis...| Read.. 
 
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Red in the face
Crash diet
Angry old man
The right connection'
Drama over the documentary
Service rules
SCRIPSI
A little season of love and laughter,/ Of light and life, and pleasure and pain,/ And horror of outer darkness after,/ And dust returneth to dust again./ Then the lesser life shall be as the greater,/ And the lover of life shall join the hater,/ And the one thing cometh sooner or later,/ And no one knoweth the loss or gain. ' ADAM LINDSAY GORDON
 
INSIGHT
On a sticky wicket
Last Thursday, the Indian Test cricket team walked onto the pitch without a single Mumbai lad in its ranks for the second time in a row. Sheer chance' Or a sign of an assembly-line of cricketers jolting to a halt' Avijit Ghosh reports ...  | Read..