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The king next door
The royal proclamation earlier this week adds yet another twist to the trials which have dogged the people of Nepal over the past years. The imposition of emergency and the suspension of political activity have been coupled with the ancillary suspens...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
New face of old evil
Sir ' 'Want to vote' Get a husband first' (Feb 3), is a last ditch attempt of the Haryanvi patriarc ...  | Read.. 
 
Watch out
Sir ' There should be no doubts about the intentions of King Gyanendra ('Drastic steps', Feb 2). He ...  | Read.. 
 
After examination
Sir ' We have examined the incident that was reported under 'Youth pays for rail puff protest' publ ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
THIN EDGE
Unstable governments seem to be the fate of some states. Goa now has a new government, led by the Congress, although the oust...| Read.. 
 
SILLY PATRIOTS
Righteousness about the national flag and anthem accounts for much wasted energy and time in India. A disconcerting number of...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Emperor strikes back
Most countries got rid of their kings in the end, and the rest took away most of their powers, because inbred young men whose...  | Read.. 
OPED
For a hammer, every problem is a nail
Gareth Evans could have been a loveable aging hippy. But this longest-serving former foreign minister of Australia is the president of the Brussels-based International Crisis ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
As creeping ivy clings to wood or stone,/ And hides the ruin that it feeds upon,/ So sophistry, cleaves close to, and protects/ Sin's rotten trunk, concealing its defects. ' WILLIAM COOPER