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Losing Kathmandu
The political crisis in Nepal continues unabated and it seems that there is little India can do to influence the course of events. This crisis is a product of deep-seated structural issues in Nepalese society. To be fair to India, it is never easy to...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Different strokes
Sir ' In 'Democratic evangelism' (March 25), Swapan Dasgupta makes much of the similarities ...  | Read.. 
 
Read together
Sir ' The juxtaposition of the two reports, 'Mother sells girl to brothel' and 'King of good times ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
UNACCEPTABLE
If there is one thing that is utterly incompatible with a liberal education it is the vision of a darogah. This point ...| Read.. 
 
BAD BOYS' BAN
It is impossible to look for the unmentionable in the woodpile when most of the woodpile threatens to be unmentionable. It wa...| Read.. 
 
PERSONAL POLITICAL
 
In the name of honour
'The beating wasn't as painful as the humiliation of being unclothed in front of the neighbours,' says 23-year-old Mariam (na...  | Read.. 
OPED
Work more if you want to earn more
The recent Supreme Court judgment, endorsing the dismissal of a worker for sleeping on duty, brings to the fore the need for productivity-linked wages in India. Increasingly, in the organized ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
We often discover what will do, by finding out what will not do; and probably he who never made a mistake never made a discovery. ' SAMUEL SMILES