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Self-inflicted wounds
The capitulation in the late hours of March 11 does not change the context. The Indian polity is suddenly in a deep mess, mostly on account of the misdoings of the scraggy outfit still passing as the Congress....  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Girl interrupted
Sir ' It was amusing that Imran Mirza should be so worked up about his daughter appearing in variou ...  | Read.. 
 
What is fair'
Sir ' Pratap Bhanu Mehta's crisp response to Larry Summer's critics suffers from two faulty assumpt ...  | Read.. 
 
Road block
Sir ' Stuck in a traffic snarl at the Park Street crossing, I happened to hear a rather constructiv ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
GETTING BETTER
The visit of the American secretary of state, Ms Condoleezza Rice, to India has gone along predicted lines. As expected, Was...| Read.. 
 
FAR FROM ART
A whole society constantly on edge is a frightening phenomenon. Nothing else can explain the violence with which a teacher tu...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Blood on our hands
While researching the AIDS epidemic in India, I met Arup and his wife Seema at a clinic in Mumbai. 'We have been treated wors...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
The power that created the poodle, the platypus and people has an integrated sense of both tragedy and comedy. ' JAMES GROVER THURBER
 
BOOKS
My city square
Saturday By Ian McEwan, Jonathan Cape, Rs 795...  | Read.. 
 
Looking within to look without
The Reckless Mind: Intellectuals in PoliticsBy Mark Lilla, NYRB, £5.00...  | Read.. 
 
Always in Bapu's class
GANDHI'S PRISONER' THE LIFE OF GANDHI'S SON MANILAL By Uma Dhupelia-Mesth...  | Read.. 
 
Rescue operation
A Raj Collection Edited by Swaras Cowasjee, Oxford, Rs 595...  | Read.. 
 
Some native wisdom
Between Ethnography and Fiction: Verrier Elwin and the Tribal Question in I...  | Read.. 
 

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