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Pay less and get rich
Experience shapes expectations. When India became free, it had behind it almost a century of economic stagnation under British rule. Growth itself seemed a matter of high ambition. Everyone knew that industrial countries were rich, and that most agri...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Unequal before law
Sir ' Yet another example of globalization having an impact on local administration. The state chie ...  | Read.. 
 
Poll pot
Sir ' K.P. Nayar's 'Peccadillo polls' (Oct 20) demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
AGE OF WISDOM
The will to retire is not very strong among most Indians. The resistance is rooted in reasons both economic and psychological...| Read.. 
 
FACE IT
Refusing to face a problem is no way to solve it. Dhaka's refusal to admit to the problem of illegal migration of Bangladeshi...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Call for a new forum
This week, the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage celebrates its 20th anniversary. It was the creation of I...  | Read.. 
OPED
Doctoring the health chart
Boris Becker let out a gasp, an incredulous expression on his face, 'You mean 190 million' This was at the Uttar Pradesh chief minister's residence, where the tennis star hog...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Than these November skies/ Is no sky lovelier. The clouds are deep;/ Into their grey the subtle spies/ Of colour creep,/ Changing their high austerity to delight,/ Till ev'n the leaden interfolds are bright. ' JOHN FREEMAN