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Stung by the West
Back in the 1850s, Karl Marx wrote a series of essays on the results of British rule in India. These essays were marked by an ambivalence that was uncharacteristic as well as profound. On the one hand, Marx saw that the British had come to the subcon...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Inglorious company
Sir ' Kofi Annan's persecution has reached ridiculous proportions, and all because he refused to fa ...  | Read.. 
 
No woman's land
Sir ' The editorial, 'Unacceptable' (March 30), on the refusal of permanent citizenship rights to T ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
MAN AND MOUTH
The conventional image of a communist is that of a taciturn person. Mr Biman Bose of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) b...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
In search of solitude
Most people welcome friends and relations dropping in. Politicians have them in droves, along with favour-seekers, and hold d...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
The services of a menial servant, taking him as an example of unproductive labour, 'generally perish in the very instant of their performance' ' and forthwith into this galley, along with the menial servant goes the sovereign, accompanied by all the army, the navy and the civil service, followed by churchmen, lawyers, buffoons and opera dancers. All these ' and it's hard saying ' render services which perish in the very instant of their performance. ' ALEXANDER GRAY
 
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STRAIGHT FROM THE SCRIPT
Scriptwriter Rekkha Modi always had a taste for drama. And now she's getting it in huge helpings...  | Read..