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The prime minister is asserting himself on matters of governance in a way few people expected him to do. Manmohan Singh passed a crucial test of his authority last week, when V.K. Duggal became the new Union home secretary, a job whose diplomatic dim...  | Read.. 
 
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Sir ' Arguably, Paul Wolfowitz may not be the best person to head the World Bank, but is there real ...  | Read.. 
 
Battling order
Sir ' 'Ten reasons why Sourav should stay' (April 3) makes it appear as if Sourav Ganguly has been ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
TUG OF THE PAST
There is no equivalent of a silver jubilee in the Hindu calendar. But the party of Hindutva, the Bharatiya Janata Part...| Read.. 
 
IN WRITING
Language, like race and religion, is a powerful tool of identity politics. The movement in Manipur against the Bengali script...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
To give them hope
The plight of the refugees from Bangladesh continues to fall on deaf ears; parties in independent India have played havoc wit...  | Read.. 
OPED
Strange are the ways of the law
Many Indians, who know something of Canada, either through personal contact or through books, literature and the media, have a largely positive image of that country and its i...  | Read.. 
 
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Any daily journalist will tell you that one of the most important secrets of his trade is the trick of making it appear that there is news when there is no news. ' GEORGE ORWELL