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A debate among men
As a feminist, one should have lost the capacity to be even mildly surprised by the workings of the world, but I am glad to report that several things about the Telegraph debate managed to intrigue me. To begin with, the topic ' 'To be truly s...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Anything but science
Sir ' The scientific advisory council to the prime minister is living in a fool's paradise if it thinks a few institutes ...  | Read.. 
 
Restricted entry
Sir ' The United States of America's denial of a visa to Narendra Modi is nothing but a gimmick. Wh ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BARE TRUTHS
It is important for the president of a democratic country to be able to do things with words. Any other form of action would ...| Read.. 
 
WITHOUT VISION
Mr Asim Dasgupta, West Bengal's finance minister, has brought the curtain down on the stale fan dance called a zero-deficit b...| Read.. 
 
PERSONAL POLITICAL
 
Towards a better world
Speaking in what she terms as her 'bad accent', the gravel-voiced middle-aged woman with short cropped hair and glasses offer...  | Read.. 
OPED
In search of a cheaper cure
In today's world, most countries, sooner or later, end up following the US model in many areas. Sometimes, the US model is pushed by international agencies and 'experts'. So, ...  | Read.. 
 
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In the nature of things nothing contingent is granted, but all things are determined by the necessity of divine nature for existing and working in a certain way. ' BARUCH SPINOZA