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Running the dawk
'Sesquicentenary' is quite a mouthful. That's what the post offices are celebrating now ' 150 years of existence, courtesy of Lord Dalhousie's Post Office Act of 1854, predating the Indian Post Office Act of 1898. India has 155,618 post offices, out ...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Little problems
Sir ' In a country where women give birth on the road, infants are left to die in garbage vats or a ...  | Read.. 
 
Winner takes most
Sir ' Sharad Pawar, and not Sonia Gandhi, has emerged the clear winner in the Maharashtra assembly ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEW ALLY
The visit to India by Myanmar's top military leader, Mr Than Shwe, is significant for a variety of reasons. Although the visi...| Read.. 
 
FEELING UNSAFE
Molesting women while worshipping the Mother is a typically Indian paradox. And the chief minister regarding this as evidence...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Before the die is cast
'It's hard work, you know.' That is not George Bush referring to his role in the Iraq war, although he used the phrase, ad...  | Read.. 
OPED
Mountain rage
Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism have been overemphasized as the main factors in all contemporary civil strife. Iraq is the most recent example of the falsity of this theo...  | Read.. 
 
Take on a deeper shade of green
A large number of development projects cleared by the MoEF do not fulfil the conditions under which they were cleared...A huge loan was received by the MoEF some years ago, fo...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Lives of great men all remind us/ We can make our lives sublime,/ And departing, leave behind us/ Footprints on the sands of time. ' HENRY LONGFELLOW