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Sweet sadness
Within the space of a fortnight, two front-ranking French citizens have shuffled off their mortal coils. Already by the beginning of this century, Francoise Sagan was a defunct writer of fiction; perhaps her death would now be the occasion for a temp...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Careless with words
Sir ' A political greenhorn, Rahul Gandhi, recently admitted to 'excesses' during ...  | Read.. 
 
Off limits
Sir ' The Left Front government, which is not used to being held accountable, has once again entere ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
WINNING TREND
The trend that was prominent in the general elections earlier in the year has been confirmed by the assembly elections in Mah...| Read.. 
 
HUNGRY TO BED
Does it at all make sense to talk of the 'rights' of a hungry child in India' For most of their legal childhood, children hav...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Left to its own devices
The rhetoric had been getting harsher for months, as Taiwan's leaders stoked popular fears of Communist China's intentions in...  | Read.. 
OPED
From one job to the next
The Delhi high court order late last month restraining airport employees from going on a one-day strike will be welcomed by entrepreneurs perturbed by reports that the governm...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It matters not how strait the gate,/ How charged with punishments the scroll,/ I am the master of my fate:/ I am the captain of my soul. ' WILLIAM ERNEST HENLEY