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A place in the world
Two unrelated events, separated by several weeks, have reinforced the perception that India's place in the world in the new millennium is full of promise'if only the country and its leadership would handle the challenges with farsightedness and not l...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Think out of the box
Sir ' Ruchir Joshi's 'Turning red' (Dec 12) expresses the disgust of millions of television viewers ...  | Read.. 
 
Eagle-eye view
Sir ' Ashok Mitra's 'A gleam in the eye' (Dec 10) misleads the reader about the causes of India's r ...  | Read.. 
 
Flying over
Sir ' Whenever a flyover is unveiled in Calcutta, the chief minister assures us of another. There i ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NO BUSINESS
Things have indeed come to a fine pass when the government has to be reminded that the job of the legislature is to legislate...| Read.. 
 
MISSED CHANCE
Only diehard cynics would refuse to give peace a chance. But the cynicism that marked the United Liberation Front of Asom's r...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Put up a United Front
It's not even a free trade area yet, but when it grows up it wants to be just like the European Union. The whole history of t...  | Read.. 
OPED
Bring back the old sting
So who still thinks this is a post-feminist era' As I throw away some dusty files, I realize that the case for basic women's health rights has to be made all over again. On is...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Formerly, when religion was strong and science weak, men mistook magic for medicine, now, when science is strong and religion weak, men mistake medicine for magic. ' THOMAS STEPHEN SZASZ