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A turn in the South
The arrest of the sankaracharya of the Kancheepuram math is more than a flash-point for the sangh parivar in its search for a new symbol of substance in the wake of its electoral routs in recent months. It also marks a significan...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Holier than thou
Sir ' On a trip to Chennai, I was taken to an ancient Shiva-Parvathi temple, said to be one of the oldest...  | Read.. 
 
Moral of the story
Sir ' Bhaskar Ghose's argument about the political connotations of sex in the West in 'Basic instin ...  | Read.. 
 
Game theory
Sir ' Dilip Vengsarkar's statement, 'We need more players not stars' (Nov 15), may be just the thin ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HOPE RENEWED
No peace initiative can be built on unreal foundations. The new hope for peace in Assam may be lost if the outlawed United Li...| Read.. 
 
UNMENTIONABLE
HIV is a virus and not a form of punishment for having sex. Nor is the fear of death a moral sentiment. So any attempt to use...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Keep only as many as you need
The prime minister, Manmohan Singh, did not have a propitious landing in Srinagar on November 17, what with a fierce gunfight...  | Read.. 
OPED
Man with the magic wand
The visit of Pakistanís prime minister, Shaukat Aziz, to New Delhi shall provide an opportunity for the two economic technocrats of south Asia to meet. ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The labor of women in the house, certainly, enables men to produce more wealth than they otherwise could; in this way [they] are economic factors in society. But so are horses. ' CHARLOTTE GILMAN