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The European malaise
Soon after the American presidential election results were announced, the British prime minister, Tony Blair, declared to his European Union colleagues that 'the American people have spoken', and it was time to restore the transatlantic partnership b...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
More sinned against
Sir ' Raju Mukherji's tirade against Clive Lloyd in 'Uncle Tom out of his cabin' (Nov 29) was unwar ...  | Read.. 
 
State of flux
Sir ' The editorial, 'Different touch' (Nov 19), reflects the typical lotus-eating mindset of India ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
EAST WIND
India's engagement with the Association of South-east Asian Nations is finally coming of age. The 'ASEAN-India partnership fo...| Read.. 
 
NIGHTWATCH
Of the few things left remarkable beneath the visiting moon, the Taj Mahal happens to be one. But looking at it in moonlight ...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Look Beyond Figures
Mamata Banerjee perhaps thinks otherwise, but people with disability in India have enough reasons to celebrate World Disabili...  | Read.. 
OPED
In search of a creative alternative
In a world dominated by fear and fragmentation, dispensability and despair, a magical gathering of food communities ' Terra Madre ' took place in Turin, Italy, from October 20...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
There are so many kinds of awful men '/ One can't avoid them all. She often said/ She'd never make the same mistake again:/ She always made a new mistake instead. ' WENDY COPE