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April was not for fools
April was a good month for self-congratulatory diplomacy. First, there was the state department of the United States of America expressing its readiness to transform India into a great power. Then came the exhilaration over the visit of the remarkabl...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Bag full of good intent
Sir ' The Supreme Court's effort to reinforce the Dowry Prohibition Act by introducing 13 new direc ...  | Read.. 
 
Judgment day
Sir ' The conviction of Aftab Ansari and six of his aides in the American Center attack of January ...  | Read.. 
 
What a debut!
Sir ' For some time now, I have been suffering the poor quality of journalism in The Telegraph Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SILLY GAME
Being tarred with the same brush is hardly something to be proud of. Boycotting parliament sessions is not a new tactic, both...| Read.. 
 
AGE OF IRON
A government is only as good as its policies. There is much to commend in Mr Arjun Munda's attempts to woo investors to Jhark...| Read.. 
 
CHINA DIARY
 
Back from the dead
The entire country seems to have demonstrated against the Japanese attempt to rewrite history in their textbooks, by whitewas...  | Read.. 
SCRIPSI
Disillusionment in living is the finding out nobody agrees with you...Complete disillusionment is when you realise that no one can for they can't change. ' GERTRUDE STEIN
 
BOOKS
Gift of brass
Brass Baja Stories from the World of Indian Wedding Bands By Gregory D. Bo...  | Read.. 
 
Out of the darkness
Mad About The Mekong: Exploration and Empire in South-East Asia By John Ke...  | Read.. 
 
A tryst with destiny
Memoirs of a Rationalist By Vasant Sathe, Stellar, Rs 495...  | Read.. 
 
Someone really cares
Serving the Nation: Cultures of Service, Association, and Citizenship in C...  | Read.. 
 
When copy rights are wrong
Every major Indian educational publisher knows it: more than half the scho...  | Read.. 
 

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