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Trigger-happy
Three separate incidents that recently took place in different parts of the country: they nonetheless form a pattern. Militarymen occupying a compartment in a mail train hurtling along the plains of western Uttar Pradesh throw out of the bogey five i...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Thank the enemy
Sir ' There is no reason to frown at Pakistan for refusing to play a test in Ahmedabad during their ...  | Read.. 
 
Far from right
Sir ' The hypocrisy of the Left Front is as clear as daylight to those of us who live outside India ...  | Read.. 
 
Wedding royal
Sir ' Why is there such hullabaloo over Prince Charles's marriage to his long-time mistress, Camill ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
NEW CALL
The support of the British foreign secretary, Mr Jack Straw, for Indian membership of an expanded United Nations security co...| Read.. 
 
CALCUTTA KILLS
Calcutta kills little children, slowly as well as quickly. The pollution in the air and the arsenic in the water take a while...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Not that warm yet
That sound you don't hear in the street outside is the crowds who aren't cheering to celebrate the entry into effect of the K...  | Read.. 
OPED
For the love of neighbours
In a statement last week, the foreign secretary, Shyam Saran, laid out the government of India's perspectives on relations with neighbours and its approach to the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation....  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The only way to escape misrepresentation is never to commit oneself to any critical judgment that makes an impact ' that is, never say anything. ' F.R. LEAVIS