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A gleam in the eye
It is the 'in' thing currently. About everybody in the creamy layer is forecasting the rate of growth of India's gross domestic product: the International Monetary Fund, cabinet ministers, their minions in the civil service, the high-flying set belon...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
True lies
Sir ' What will we gain by forcing the cola giants to flash another statutory warning ('Cola laced ...  | Read.. 
 
Foul play
Sir ' The death of Cristiano de Lima 'Junior' during the Federation Cup final is a glaring instance ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TURN AROUND
The prime minister, Mr Manmohan Singh, has redeemed a pledge he made during his recent visit to Assam. His office has moved f...| Read.. 
 
WOMEN IN LOVE
The Chandigarh police are in a soup. And the Amritsar police have given up. Two young women from the Sandhu Colony of Amritsa...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Kill the New Bill
The Lok Sabha has finally scrapped the controversial Prevention of Terrorism Act, but made way for another controversy in the...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Science has nothing to be ashamed of, even in the ruins of Nagasaki. The shame is theirs who appeal to other values than the imaginative values which science has evolved. ' JACOB BRONOWSKI
 
BOOKS
First principles
An end to suffering: The Buddha in the world By Pankaj Mishra, Picador...  | Read.. 
 
Through the prism
In August this year, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Kenya's eminent Gikuyu writer, retu...  | Read.. 
 
The roots of violence
Identity and religion: Foundations of Anti- Islamism in India, By Amalendu...  | Read.. 
 
Notes from the underground
Heiber and Glantz's book contains verbatim records of these military confe...  | Read.. 
 
Words and their myths
The word posh, even the OED tells its readers, originates from the d...  | Read.. 
 

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