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Lover of obscurity
P.V. Narasimha Rao made a revealing complaint and an intriguing request at our last meeting two years ago. Reiterating that he was the only Congress prime minister 'not of the family' to complete a full term, he added bitterly, 'And I am still paying...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Picture imperfect
Sir ' Samsung electronics, a leading camera-phone maker, has come up with a user guideline to ens ...  | Read.. 
 
Just plea
Sir ' The Andhra Pradesh high court rejected K. Venkatesh's wish to die so that he could donate his ...  | Read.. 
 
A name's everything
Sir ' Park Street was rechristened Mother Teresa Sarani and her bronze bust was unveiled at the Cam ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THE DICE MAN
Uncertainty is at the root of excitement. Human beings have added to this excitement by putting money on uncertainty. Gamblin...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Reliving a painful past
Two nightmares no Indian would like to recur is the one following the assassination of Indira Gandhi and the other following ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
It is increasingly rare for many of us...to believe that people can be poor, but honest, poor but deserving of respect. Poverty is no longer blamed on anyone but the poor themselves. Contempt for the poor has become a virtue. ' JOHN JOSEPH O' CONNOR
 
PEOPLE
MAMA KNOWS BEST
She has celebrated birth, looked at death, stayed at home upon her children’s wish and tried to foster peace between siblings. Clearly, 2004 has been the year of the Indian matriarch ...  | Read..