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Mad sacred cows
'Today, economics is separated from, and opposed to both ecological processes and basic needs. While the destruction of nature has been justified on grounds of improving human welfare, for the majority of people poverty and dispossession has increase...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Memory of the name
Sir ' Would new-born Indian girls and boys have been named after the natural phenomenon which produ ...  | Read.. 
 
Help at hand
Sir ' Half the population of the Nicobar Islands is swept away, and many smaller islands and shores ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
ROOTS TO RICHES
Nobody is quite ready to go all the way. But the right sort of gestures have to be made. This, more or less, is the official ...| Read.. 
 
FIRST SUCCESS
A comparatively peaceful election, conducted in the midst of uncertainty, violence and strife, is a rare achievement. For the...| Read.. 
 
MALA FIDE
 
Taking care of heritage
When you see television companies announcing their special programmes on the tsunami destruction questioning the ability of t...  | Read.. 
OPED
Ways to keep white elephants alive
When the Congress-led coalition government arrived at the common minimum programme shortly after the 2004 general election, the most contentious and divisive issue was wheth...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The desire not to be impinged upon, to be left to oneself, has been the mark of high civilization both on the part of individuals and communities. ' ISAIAH BERLIN