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In praise of a good man
This column brings to the surface feelings suppressed for a whole eighteen months. It should actually have been written after the World Cup final of 2003. I had work the morning of that match, and reached home only just before it began. The first que...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir ' If a woman is attacked in West Bengal by a group of men, then it is likely that the police wi ...  | Read.. 
 
Admission denied
Sir ' The latest stance of the government of West Bengal vis-'-vis the students admitted to ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BEYOND BLACK AND WHITE
'Speak of me as I am,' said Othello, before he killed himself. It is the one request that every human being could be imagined...| Read.. 
 
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Keeping passions at bay
What Tony Blair disarmingly calls his 'damn high wire act' is getting shakier. The bridge between Europe and the United State...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The man who boasts that he habitually tells the truth is simply a man with no respect for it. It is not a thing to be thrown about loosely, like small change; it is something to be cherished and hoarded, and disbursed only when absolutely necessary. ' H.L. MENCKEN
 
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MUM'S THE WORD
In the mother of all brawls that is now rocking the Reliance behemoth, all eyes are on 70-year-old Kokilaben. But she is ...  | Read.. 
 
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