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Said and the Saidians
The United States of America is not only the leading economic and military power in the world, but also the leading intellectual power. A vast majority of the Nobel laureates in the sciences teach in American universities. Till about 1980, the Europe...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Half-way house
Sir ' The left is behaving like the bride who consents to marriage but refuses to change her got ...  | Read.. 
 
Anything but equal
Sir ' In 'Not by science alone' (May 10), Dipankar Gupta writes, 'modernity allows for greater tole ...  | Read.. 
 
Nothing serious
Sir ' The attack on the government official, Shakuntala Verma, was shocking ('Curse cuts off hands' ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
SONG OF THE NEW ROAD
A ceremonial remembrance should, ideally, also be a reawakening. When the anniversary is of a book or a film or a painting, t...| Read.. 
 
OPED
Think out of the box
T. Muivah’s suggestion — a special federal relationship with India — may well be the solution to the Naga dispute, writes Sanjib Baruah ...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
Reception in a state of distraction...finds in film its true means of exercise. The film with its shock effect meets this mode of reception halfway. The film makes the cult value recede into the background not only by putting the public in position of the critic, but also by the fact that at the movies this position requires no attention. The public is an examiner, but an absent-minded one. ' WALTER BENJAMIN
 
PEOPLE
IN HIS OWN IMAGE
Shyam Benegal refuses to fit to mould. Yet, he is trying to morph into a mainstream filmmaker. Much depends on the fate of his just-released epic on Netaji ...  | Read.. 
 
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