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The East as a career
At readings by Indian writers in English, two related questions, or some version of them, will invariably be asked by a member of the audience, whatever the setting ' bookshop, university seminar or literary festival. The first question is, 'Which au...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Not having to say sorry
Sir ' We obviously cannot expect Romi Dev to come on television and swear, between sobs, that she h ...  | Read.. 
 
Less of More
Sir 'The rape of a minor by a constable inside a police outpost on Marine Drive is a slap on the fa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
HONOUR SANS SUBSTANCE
In the early 20th century, a Bengali lyricist dreamed of the time when India would take its seat in the top table among natio...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Man of the moment
Across the fence
No one wants him
In the business of politics
Out of the reckoning
A fair transaction
SCRIPSI
Contrary to popular belief, the past was not more eventful than the present. If it seems so it is because when you look backward, things that happened years apart are telescoped together, and because very few of your memories come to you genuinely virgin. ' GEORGE ORWELL
 
INSIGHT
Young electorate may register their protest by not voting
Come 05/05/05, election day in Britain, a defeat for the Labour party would be an even bigger surprise than Vajpayee’s ouster last May. Amit Roy reports from London ...  | Read.. 
 
Acting with a difference
The controversy over Iraq may reduce even Keith Vaz's majority, even though he is recognised as a conscientious MP who knows ...  | Read..