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Mixed up values
Obfuscating saturation advertisement in the media, lavishly financed by taxpayers' money, has hailed the occasion. Congratulatory statements have been issued on behalf of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. It has nonetheless been a w...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Red in the face
Sir ' The editorial, 'General line' (April 15), crushed whatever hope Ashis Chakrabarti's 'Turning ...  | Read.. 
 
On a smoother plane
Sir ' Sino-Indian relations seem to have taken off with such a gusto that now the two countries are ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BAD FORM
There are two accepted conventions according to which all sports are played. One is that players must abide by the rules even...| Read.. 
 
HIGH HOPES
Even a flawed democracy is a better bet than the politics of the gun. The birth of a new political party should, therefore, b...| Read.. 
 
FIFTH COLUMN
 
Where's The Spirit'
Frankly, the rule itself has no logic. In 210 minutes, a team is expected to bowl 50 overs. This includes two water breaks as...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Our life is determined for us ' and it makes the mind very free when we give up wishing and only think of bearing what is laid upon us and doing what is given us to do. ' GEORGE ELIOT
 
BOOKS
Men in arms
Gunpowder and Firearms: Warfare in Medieval India By Iqtidar Alam Khan, ...  | Read.. 
 
Eyes, laughter and greatness
Eyes and laughter ' this is the strongest impression that Nemai Ghosh's ser...  | Read.. 
 
Let the good times roll on
Economic Reforms: The Indian Experience By K.D. Saksena, Shipra, Rs 1...  | Read.. 
 
Science of killing
HINDU ARMS AND RITUAL: ARMS AND ARMOUR FROM INDIA 1400-1865 By Robert Elgoo...  | Read.. 
 
Without the blinkers
EARLY INDIA: A CONCISE HISTORY, By D.N. JHA Manohar, Rs 395...  | Read.. 
 

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