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Windows of the church
The spectacle of George W. Bush kneeling at Pope John Paul II's bier recalls another temporal ruler, Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, on his knees while Pope Adrian IV placed his slippered foot on the emperor's neck and then made him hold the stirrup wh...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Trial by fire
Sir ' In addition to holding an investigation into the fire that killed the animals in the Russian ...  | Read.. 
 
Speech therapy
Sir ' I could not agree with Andr' B'teille more about the Indian habit of 'Speaking and writing' ( ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
FUND OF CONFUSION
To appear just is sometimes as good as being so. The Communist Party of India (Marxist), whether it intended to or not, may h...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Love, lust and the writer's bug
The first and loudest bang is on the book jacket. 'At last ' a brilliantly original novel from India,' says the Nobel Laureat...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
But reading is not idleness...it is the passive, receptive side of civilization with out which the active and the creative world would be meaningless. It is the immortal spirit of the dead realised within the the bodies of the living. It is sacramental. ' STEPHEN HAROLD SPENDER
 
PEOPLE
Hunting to the ground
Camilla Parker Bowles has waited for 35 years to marry Prince Charles. But neither the Queen nor the populace is amused by h...  | Read..