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Without getting gooey
One man stood out amidst the striped suits, the bandhgalas and the Pakistani military's regalia in Hyderabad House. He was the only person in an open collar ' not even a jacket ' among all the nattily dressed bureaucrats and diplomats from bo...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Sign of ill health
In many of the advertisements in the print media issued by the ministry of health and family welfa ...  | Read.. 
 
Road runners
Sir ' After the death of the two boys in an accident caused by a truck fleeing from policemen, the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
LEADERS' TALK
All that the Pakistan president, Mr Pervez Musharraf, had wanted was to watch an Indo-Pak one-day international. The Indian g...| Read.. 
 
HOLY MADNESS
Holiness is spreading through Madhya Pradesh like a terrible contagion. First Amarkantak, Maheshwar and Ujjain, and now Orchh...| Read.. 
 
OBITUARY
 
He Stayed Behind
A chapter of history that was begun by Thomas Babington Macaulay in the 1830s came to a close in the early hours of Tuesday, ...  | Read.. 
OPED
A world of difference
The author is a retired diplomat and is currently a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi...  | Read.. 
 
New deal for the old
The old can be a handful. They can be stubborn, childlike, go into a sulk at the drop of a hat and make unreasonable demands. They can also suffer in silence. The point is tha...  | Read.. 
 
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Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and obey them. ' DAVID HUME